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September 17, 2018
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Cultural heritages, historical monuments preservation MoIC’s top priorities

KABUL: Chief of the Kabul based UNESCO cultural affairs office, in a meeting with the acting and nominee minister of information and culture, Ms. Hasina Safi assured her of the organization’s continued cooperation in the protection of Afghanistan cultural heritages and historical monuments, BNA reported the other day.
The UNESCO chief shared information about the works and activities of the organization for perseveration of Afghanistan cultural heritages and historical monuments, the agency said.
He said Afghanistan was a rich cultural heritages country and reassured the organization’s continued support and cooperation with the ministry of information and culture, the agency added.
The acting minister of information and culture thanked the organization for doing more in the preservation of the country’s historical monuments and cultural heritages and noted her led ministry would make efforts in preservation of the country’s historical monuments and cultural heritages.
The acting minister also said the Jam Minaret has been under threat by the enemy in Ghor province, where the issue had been shared with the security forces to prevent any possible tragic event around the historical monument, the agency added.
Ms. Safi said preservation of the country’s cultural heritages and historical monuments were top priority of the ministry of information and culture.
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