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On the occasion of “National Cooperation against Drag” week, a photo exhibition was conducted by Nai Supporting Open Media Cooperation. The photos of the exhibition focused on the consequence of the drag in Afghanistan.

01 Jul 2018 Nai Supporting Open Media

On the occasion of “National Cooperation against Drag” week, a photo exhibition was conducted by Nai Supporting Open Media Cooperation. The photos of the exhibition focused on the consequence of the drag in Afghanistan.

July 1, 2018   //   

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At opening ceremony of the exhibition interior deputy minister Khalilullah Bakhtyari explained their activities on drag counter processes. “Although statistics show of drag cultivation increase, but it is clear that the most beneficiaries of drags are not Afghans but the smugglers including terrorists.” He added.

Noor Habib Jallal deputy attorney general in a speech to the meeting said that Afghan government will try its best to tackle the drag issue and pave the ground clear for future generations.

There were 200 pictures at the exhibition that each one focused on a story related to the consequence of the drag in the country. Three best photos were chosen to be praised.

The first position went to Ebadullah Hananzai who was martyred on May 30th attacks to journalists in Kabul. The prize was given to his father instead who said in a speech that is proud to receive the prize.

Second position went to Sejad Mosawi and third position to Jawid Kargar.

17 others were also praised by certificates while the first to third positions received modern Cannon digital cameras drug .

 

 

 

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