In the ceremony, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in a message considered that holding such ceremonies and poetries would be effective in improvement of literal talents of the country’s writers and poets.
“In political history of Afghanistan, writers and cultural figures have had extended role besides all other parts of society,” President Ghani said in his message.
Meanwhile, Abdul Bari Jahani, Minister of Information and Culture in a message read out by spokesperson to MoIC Haroon Hakimi said, “Woman not only is a mother, sister, wife and girl but also a light at home and friend in bad days. Role of women is clear in universities and in other sectors as diplomacy and peace and war.”
In his message, minister of information and culture praised the organization for its steps and works towards expressing women rights, wishing the organization further successes.
It is worth mentioning that a number of poetesses read their poems related to homeland, nature and women rights in the ceremony.
At the end of the ceremony, a number of top members of the organization and poetesses were granted gifts.