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CAIRO – 20 January 2019: Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem stated that the first International Conference on Sustainable Cultural Development and Human Building is a major evidence of the ministry's interest in strengthening the relationship between culture and sustainable development.
The year 2018 passed into history book as a year the six states of Lagos, Rivers, Cross-River, Kaduna, Plateau and Edo engaged in and promoted robust culture and tourism activities on a scale that helped to create a window for organized local and international visits across Nigeria.
The Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mohamed Zine El Abidine, on Thursday, January 17, 2019, chaired a working session to consider mechanisms for developing Tunisian participation in international book fairs during 2019.
In celebration of the Egyptian presidency of the African Union and announcing Aswan the capital of the youth of the continent, Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem revealed the ministry's plan for 2019.
The African continent is the biggest market source for Kenya's international tourists, latest government statistics show, beating top traditional sources of US and Europe.
The Minister of Cultural Affairs Mohamed Zine El Abidine on Thursday evening, December 27, 2018, signed the contract between the Ministry and the National Center for Cinema and Photography. The contract is in accordance with the provisions of the legislation and regulations.