KABUL (BNA) The Ministry of Information and Culture held an exhibition of art and culture on Tuesday for 3-day to honor the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s first year of victory.
On the initiative of the Ministry, many different arts and cultural works of artists and handicrafts were put on display, according to Bakhtar News Agency reports the exhibition held in Kabul that will continue for 3 days starting on Tuesday.
Deputy Minister of Culture and Arts Mawlawi Atiqullah Azizi, at the opening ceremony of the exhibition, said the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is committed to all women’s rights and their rights will be granted in the light of Islamic Sharia.
Meanwhile, Mawlawi Saaduddin Saeed, Deputy Minister of Information and Culture, on the opening of the exhibition said that Afghanistan’s handicrafts are rare in the world and the Islamic Emirate is committed to solving the problems of the industrialists and traders in addition to providing all-round support to Afghan products to promote the Afghan products.
Saeed said this country is not built on charity and requested all Afghans to work together and strive for the development of the country and self-reliance.
Syed Inayatullah Asadi, the organizer of the exhibition says that the purpose of the exhibition is to honor the Islamic Emirate’s first-year victory and to support Afghan handicrafts products.
On 15 August the end of the US invasion was celebrated all over the country including the capital by launching such mentioned exhibitions and sports games.