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Cultural program to strengthen unity held in Maidan Wardak

MAIDAN SHAHAR: In a bid to promote unity, strengthen sport and keep the Islamic and Afghan cultures alive, the provincial Department of Information and Culture has organized a scientific and cultural program in Maidan Wardak province. The program, which was held in Behsud district of the province, the participants insisted on the importance of keeping the Islamic and Afghan culture alive, as well as to strengthen unity and sport in the province, according to a statement released from the provincial Information and Culture Department. The provincial Governor Qari Bakhtyar Mahaz, Director of Information and Culture Habibullah Mujahid, the provincial Police Chief Mohammad Sharif Halimi, the provincial General Directorate of Intelligence Fathullah Madani, Chief of Environmental Protection Allah Mohammad Zaker, head of Sports Zabihullah Wahaj, tribal leaders, youth and hundreds of people from the province attended, according to the statement. Some sports performances, such as wrestling and taekwondo as well as books, handicrafts and pictures of historical sites of the country have been displayed during the program, the statement added. Governor of Maidan Wardak thanked the Department of Information and Culture for organizing the scientific and cultural program and said that such programs not only keep the Islamic and Afghan cultures alive but also cause unity among the peoples, the statement quoted. For his turn, Mawlavi Habibullah Mujahid, Director of Information and Culture, said that his led office has organized the program to strengthen unity and brotherhood among the tribes living in the province and to keep their cultures alive and to encourage the men of culture and literature. The statement quoted Mujahid as saying that his led administration will continue to launch such programs, in other districts of the province in the future.The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.