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The sixth edition of the Arab Poetry Festival begins in Cairo

The sixth edition of the Arab Poetry Festival begins in Cairo

The activities of the Sixth Session of the Arab Poetry Festival organized by the Poetry Forum in Cairo under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah began on the 24th. Until 26 December 2021. The activities at the International Cultural Center in Hammamet began with the visit of Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Owais, Head of the Cultural Affairs Department in Sharjah, the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Tunisia, Rashid Al Mansouri, and Rashid Al Mansouri, Director of Cultural Affairs. Department of Culture, Mohammad Ibrahim Al Qasir, Director of the Poetry House in Sharjah Mohammad Al Buraiki, a group of senior officials and intellectuals from various government and private institutions, poets, journalists and poetry enthusiasts. The festival began with a photo exhibition of various activities organized by the Poetry House in Cairo and poetry publications published by the Sharjah Department of Culture.

The ceremony began with a speech by Jamila Al Majri, Director of the Poetry Forum in Cairo: “We are proud and delighted to celebrate the Arabic Poetry Festival at the House of Poetry in Cairo, and I extend my congratulations to His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan al-Sultan al-Sultan al-Sultan al-Sultan al-Sultan bin Sultan al-Sultan al-Sultan. Thanks to his contribution to poetry and poets around the world, and to his contribution to Arab culture.

For his part, Rashid al-Mansouri, the United Arab Emirates’ ambassador to Tunisia, praised the President of Sharjah’s efforts to establish poetry houses in the Arab world, and another, emphasizing the depth of fraternal relations between the United Arab Emirates and Tunisia. , Funded by the leadership of both countries.

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