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Qatar to Participate in First Arab Productive Families Exhibition in Egypt

Qatar will take place in the activities of the first Arab Productive Families Exhibition that will be held in Cairo at Qubba Palace next and will extend till 11 January, said Egypt’s Minister of Solidarity Nivine El-Kabbag on Sunday.

According to Amwal Al Ghad, the exhibition is held under the patronage of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and organised by the Arab League and Ministry of Social Solidarity, which aims to hold about 20 exhibitions for artisan and handicraft heritage during 2023.

El-Kabbage noted that there are 12 countries that will participate in the exhibition along with participating ministers from several countries such as Jordan, Qatar, UAE, Palestine, Sudan and Yemen.

Last November, the Minister has opened the permanent exhibition of Egyptian productive families under the slogan “Our home for Egyptian heritage”, at the port market in Dubai.

The Ministry has opened Our Home Exhibitions for the manual and artistic heritage at the Egyptian airports, where it has held a permanent exhibition at Sharm El Sheikh International Airport and this will extend to the rest of the airports during the coming period.


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