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Youths are future makers: Minister Safi

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By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: Acting minister of information and culture Hasina Safi in a meeting with Chancellor of Jakarta’s Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University Prof. Amany Lubis stressed on bilateral relations in academic and cultural fields.
In the meeting, chancellor of the respective university considered training of youth as a significant issue, adding that they should have better introduction of the religion of Islam.
He also said that development of society and maintaining peace depended on education of youth and enhancement of their scientific capacities.
Talking on diplomacy and governance in Islamic communities, the chancellor of Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University added through diplomacy and governance they could better introduce Islam to youth, saying that currently 15 Afghan students were studying at the respective university.
Afterwards, acting minister of information and culture Hasina Safi by recalling of common Islamic culture between the two countries added youth should be informed of Islamic values, saying that they should invest on youth and introduce them the religion of Islam in a better way.
Acting minister of information and culture regarded Islam as a religion of peace, solidarity and tolerance and stressed on investment of youth’s trainings.
Pointing to providing higher education opportunities at various universities of Indonesia, acting minister of information and culture added youth’s economic, cultural and social problems should be reviewed and they should be persuaded to get education.
Hasina Safi also insisted on bilateral relations between the two countries in cultural field, adding that they could provide opportunities for higher education as well as higher education scholarships through signing MoU in this regard.

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