Algeria committed to protecting intangible cultural heritage

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ALGIERS- The minister of Communication, the interim minister of Culture and spokesman of the government, Hassan Rabehi, on Monday stressed “Algeria’s commitment to abiding by the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.”

“Algeria, the first country to ratify the Convention, attaches great importance to its cultural heritage through its positive interaction with international conventions, especially as it is committed to respecting all the elements of the said convention on the political, artistic and financial plans, “said Mr. Rabehi who received the Secretary of the Convention, Tim Curtis at the Ministry of Culture, on the sidelines of his participation in the 7th annual meeting of the regional centers activating in the field of intangible cultural heritage.

Regarding the holding in Algiers of the 7th annual meeting of the regional centers activating in the field of intangible cultural heritage, the Minister said that “this meeting is an opportunity for the exchange of expertise and is a continuation of previous meetings like those held in 2015 and 2019 “.

Reaffirming Algeria’s commitment to “educating society to make it aware of the country’s cultural potential” and “helping African countries in the cultural field”, Mr. Rabehi emphasized the importance of promoting the culture for rapprochement and knowledge among peoples and, thus, the establishment of security and peace.

For his part, Mr. Tim Curtis expressed his joy at being in Algeria, saying that “Algeria plays a leading role, through its support for Africa.

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