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The Ghanaian Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts:

We Would Like to Have More Cultural Interaction with Iran

Catherine Afeku in a meeting with the President of the University of Religions and Denominations called for more cultural interaction with Iran and the presence of Iranian institutes in Ghana in the cultural field.

According to the Public Relations of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, Hujjat al-Islam Seyyed Abul Hasan Navvab, the President of the University of Religions and Denominations, and the Secretary of the High Council of the World Forum for Ahl al-Bayt (PBUT) during his visit to Ghana met with Maleki, Iranian ambassador to Ghana, Mohammad Hassan Ipakchi, the Iranian cultural attaché in Ghana, and Catherine Afeku, the Ghanaian Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts.

At the beginning of this meeting, congratulating the 60th anniversary of Ghanas independence and the success of the recent presidential election, Maleki, the Iranian ambassador to Ghana, talked about good economic, political and cultural relations between the two countries.

Following the meeting, referring to the peaceful coexistence of all ethnic groups, races and religions in Ghana, Hujjat al-Islam Navvab stated that this kind of interaction is a good model for all nations and added: "What is crucial for us is human excellence and spiritual growth".

Referring to the history of anti-colonial struggles in Ghana, the Secretary of the High Council of the World Forum for Ahl al-Bayt (PBUT) added: "I became familiar with Kwame Nkrumah since childhood. This revolutionary fighter is considered as a model and symbol of independence from colonialism in the region of West Africa".

In the meeting, Catherine Afeku, the Ghanaian Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, in her speech called for more cultural interaction with Iran and the presence of Iranian institutes in Ghana in the cultural field.

In addition, in the meeting, Mohammad Hassan Ipakchi, the Iranian cultural attaché in Ghana, congratulated the selection of Catherine Afeku, as the Ghanaian Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts in the government of Ghana and emphasized on the development of bilateral cultural relations based on the bilateral cultural agreement between the two countries.

Ipakchi also asked for help from the Ghanaian Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts to provide appropriate and more grounds for cultural interaction with Iran and the Ghanaian Minister in addition to expressing full readiness stated the interest of her country in the development of cultural relations with Iran.

 

 


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