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    Al-Kazemi calls on cultural and political figures to be part of the Iraqi memory

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    Al-Kazemi calls on cultural and political figures to be part of the Iraqi memory Empty Al-Kazemi calls on cultural and political figures to be part of the Iraqi memory

    Post by rocky Sun 12 Dec 2021, 6:06 am

    Al-Kazemi calls on cultural and political figures to be part of the Iraqi memory

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    {Local: Al-Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi called, on Sunday, for cultural and political figures to be part of enriching Iraqi culture and part of Iraqi memory.
    And his media office stated in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi visited, today, the House of Books and Documents in the capital, Baghdad," noting that "Al-Kazemi opened, during his visit to the house, the hall of the late Dr. Ahmed Chalabi, which included Precious books, collectibles, documents and paintings that the late family took the initiative to donate to the house.
    In his speech during the opening ceremony, Al-Kazemi praised the initiative, calling on "cultural and political figures to follow the example of this initiative, and to be part of the enrichment of Iraqi culture, and part of the Iraqi memory."
    Al-Kazemi added that "it is important to work today to establish a new national vision through culture and care for it," noting that "if the late Chalabi was present, he would have witnessed the government's attempts to build this new stage and proceed on the path of reform, and its adoption of the economic reform paper that received the attention and praise of the international community." with it".
    He praised "the memory of the late Chalabi, describing him as a national figure who contributed to shaping the features of a democratic Iraq after the fall of the dictatorship, just as he was an educated person who loved his country and dreamed of a prosperous Iraq."
    And he stressed that "Iraq, whose centenary we celebrated yesterday, is still standing on its feet despite all challenges, and this requires everyone's help and participation, as Iraq deserves more."
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