‘Afghanistan’s treasures exhibition’ opened in China’s Nanshan Museum

Afghanistan ancient treasures’ exhibition was opened Saturday in a ceremony by deputy minister of culture and art Prof. Mohammad Rasoul Bawari in Nanshan Museum in China’s Shenzhen city.
In the ceremony, deputy minister of culture and art for information and culture Prof. Bawari spoke related to importance of exhibition and historic and friendly relations between Afghanistan and China and considered Silk Route as friendly sign among the people of Afghanistan and China, saying that the route maintained not only trade and economic relations but also cultural and even political relations between the two countries.
Sayed Mehdi Munadi, 2nd secretary for Afghanistan embassy to China assured of the embassy’s overall cooperation for holding such exhibitions and considered role of this exhibition as key in initiative of One Belt, One Road.
In the ceremony, on behalf of China, deputy of culture, tourism and sports for Nanshan city, deputy of China Friendship Organization for foreign countries and deputy of art exhibitions office in China spoke and considered holding the exhibition as significant and stressed on further cultural cooperation between the two countries.
The Kabul Times

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