RIYADH - SABA
The Minister of Culture, Marwan Dammaj, participated today, Wednesday, in the virtual extraordinary conference of culture ministers in ISESCO member states, which is hosted by the United Arab Emirates with the participation of 50 countries and 22 international organizations, under the title “Educational Systems in Face of Crises and Emergencies (COVID-19).”
In the conference, the Minister of Culture reviewed the conditions that Yemen as one of the centers of Arab and Islamic culture is going through – the war and devastation resulting from a coup mounted by the racist terrorist Houthi group.
He that the Houthi agenda aims to tarnish the bright side of the Islamic culture and transform the Islamic culture into a history of intolerance, sectarianism, wars and strife.
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