TUNIS: Tunisian President Kais Saied extolled the Kuwait-based Abdulaziz Saud Al-Babtain Cultural Basis for its strenuous efforts to advertise the Arabic language and Arab tradition. This got here all the way through his reception of Chairman of the Kuwaiti basis Abdulaziz Al-Babtain on Friday, in line with a commentary issued by means of the Tunisian Presidency. The President additionally mentioned with Babtain a plan for launching a world heart for calligraphy arts in Tunisia. Saied was hoping Al-Babtain Basis would give a contribution to the undertaking’s execution.
In the meantime, Babtain spoke extremely in regards to the Tunisian President’s position in protecting the Arab tradition, stressing the basis’s eagerness to enforcing a number of cooperation tasks with Tunisia within the fields of tradition and training. On the finish of the assembly, Babtain offered the basis’s honorary defend to President Saied in reputation of his toughen to the cultural sector.
Within the intervening time, Tunisian Tradition Minister Hayat Guermazi voiced appreciation to Al-Babtain Basis for naming this 12 months’s version of the Arabic Poetry pageant after the past due Tunisian poet Aboul-Qacem Echebbi. This can be a reputation of the renown Tunisian poets and literary other people and their position in enriching the Arabic language and Arab tradition, Guermazi stated in a speech all the way through the poetry pageant’s award rite which was once held Friday on the Opera Area within the Tunisian Cultural Town. She mentioned that Tunisia helps all endeavors to hone the abilities of the proficient poets, artists and literary other people in Tunisia and the entire Arab global.
The minister thanked the Kuwaiti basis for organizing the contest in Tunisia and its position in selling Arab poetry. She additionally congratulated Abdulaziz Al-Babtain, the basis’s chairman who was once additionally attending the rite, for the United Countries’ honoring of him at the International Arabic Language Day, which is well known on 18 December of annually. Within the intervening time, Babtain expressed excitement for the luck of the primary version of Aboul-Qacem Echebbi poetry pageant. In this instance, he congratulated the Tunisian leaders and winners of the contest prizes.
He reaffirmed dedication of his basis to sponsoring actions to commemorate the nice Tunisian poet Echebbi. He introduced that Mencef Al-Mezghani and Hafez Mahfouz had shared the prize of the overall class of the contest and Naseri Al-Aradi and Ali Al-Erabi shared the prize of the early life poets’ class. Aboul-Qacem Echebbi (1909-934) was once a Tunisian poet. His works come with a part of the nationwide anthem of Tunisia. — KUNA