Meeting Discusses Establishment of National Art House

Sun, Nov 15 2020 11:37 AM
Meeting Discusses Establishment of National Art House

A meeting was held yesterday at ministry of information and culture for establishment of national art house in Kabul.

Previously, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani had issued a decree for establishment of the house in the country, but the house has not been created so far.

The country’s ministry of information and culture is making effort to pave the way for establishment of such house in Kabul. Chaired by Acting Minister of Information and Culture Mohammad Tahir Zuhair, a meeting was held with participation of representatives of various organs. Speaking related to need of the establishment of a national art house and coordination of artists in defending the art values in current situation, Acting Minister of Information and Culture the house as a social institution could gather all artists under one ceiling. According to Acting Minister of Information and Culture, the MoIC would spare no effort and cooperation for implementation of presidential decree.

In the meeting, participants delivered their plans and suggestions in connection with the establishment of the house. At the end of the meeting, all agreed on a single plan which would be soon shared with presidential office.

Kabul (BNA)

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