New Delhi: Series of programs have been designed to develop and promote the relation between India and Afghanistan especially through art and culture. Today we are here to celebrate International Women’s Day and Holi together with important people from many other countries,” said Charu Das founder of C D Foundation in a well-organized event at Hotel Eros New Delhi.
“International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry has been friendly to all those organizations who all believe that love, peace, and unity can be brought to the World through art and Culture. Soft power is the best way to have friendship with any and every country. We are here to support the vision of our prime Minister to have best of the relations possible with every nation of the World,” expressed Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of ICMEI congratulating and explaining the importance of International Women’s Day and the most auspicious day of Holi.
“We are thankful to the organizers for high lighting India Afghanistan Relations. We are open to new ideas and interactions. Afghanistan has ample to offer in arts and culture. We cannot ignore the support we have been getting from India from last so many years. We can plan more events like this to bring awareness to people,” said H.E. Farid Mamundzay Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to India addressing the gathering in the capacity of Chief Guest.
Wang Yuhua Minister Councilor, Embassy of China, Dr. Amarendra Khatua former Secretary Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India and Dr. Maroof Khan also spoke on the occasion.
Xu Ning Cultural Attaché Embassy of China, Mohammad Javad Hosseini Researcher from Embassy of Iran, Anna Marat, Natalia Majcher, and Aneta Swiecicka from Polish Institute, Embassy of Poland, Charlotte Arnor Embassy of Sweden, Nelia Safronova Embassy of Ukraine, Steven Antonio Ramirez Cuellar Embassy of El Salvador along with many other people from business, art & culture fraternity were also present there.