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Intangible cultural heritages should be identified, Bawari

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Intangible cultural heritages should be identified, Bawari
 KABUL: Acting minister of information and culture Prof. Mohammad Rasoul Bawari in a workshop held yesterday for preservation of the country’s intangible cultural heritages stressed on identification and preservation of such heritages.
In a ceremony held on this occasion, acting minister of information and culture spoke and said that MoIC was making effort to identify and enlist intangible culture heritages to include in world list.
“Preservation and expansion of cultural heritages are in the ministry’s working priority,” Bawari said.
Praising UNESCO for cooperation in preservation of the cultural heritages, acting minister of information and culture said that UNESCO has prepared a plan for preservation of the heritages, which would be useful in this regard.
UNESCO representative to Afghanistan in his speech said that the organization was ready for cooperation with Afghanistan in cultural sections, adding that Afghanistan has taken steps towards preservation of cultural heritages but needed further efforts.
It is worth mentioning that the workshop was launched by UNESCO in Afghanistan National Museum and will continue for three more days.