Kerman handicrafts bazaar was opened last night at Pars Hotel
Kerman handicrafts bazaar was opened last night at Pars Hotel in Kerman. According to KermanshahrOnline, the director general of cultural heritage, tourism and handicrafts of Kerman province in this ceremony, stating that the attractions of Kerman province should be introduced to the country and the world under any pretext, said: Kerman has many tourism capacities that should be included in cultural events. He used these features to introduce himself. He considered Kerman as a unique province and said: "Nowhere in the country will you see all this diversity and attraction of tourism. The Director General of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts of Kerman Province added: 70,000 artisans are working in 68 fields of handicrafts in the province, and we must use various occasions to introduce them. Activist said that with the cooperation of Kerman Municipality, the passage of culture and art from Tohid Square (Arg) to the market will be created, adding that creating a cultural passage will be a good opportunity to supply and introduce handicrafts in the province. Municipal actions in the field of handicrafts In this ceremony, the Deputy Mayor and Head of the Cultural, Social and Sports Organization of Kerman Municipality also thanked the people who have tried to hold the handicrafts market in a coronation situation, referring to the actions and programs of Kerman Municipality in the field of handicrafts and said: Kerman Municipality , A family of 700,000 citizens; Therefore, based on its duties and responsibilities, it is trying to define and advance joint programs with the help of other responsible agencies. Mohammad Jahanshahi pointed out that a memorandum of understanding has been signed with the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of the province and said: The province's cultural heritage, handicrafts and tourism will benefit from the facilities and facilities in this area. He added: "Every year, more than 10,000 people are trained in the cultural centers of Kerman Municipality, including cultural centers and houses of culture, which are mostly on the outskirts of the city. We hope that with the support of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism, their skills will be produced." The handicrafts are finished. The deputy mayor and head of the municipality's cultural, social and sports organization continued: "In this direction, we are trying to complete the value chain so that we have more added value in the city and society." Jahanshahi also pointed to the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the Omid Entrepreneurship Fund and said: "With this memorandum, one of the largest handicraft stores in Kerman province with an area of 500 square meters will be set up in one of the entertainment centers in Kerman." He added: "With this action, for the producers of handicrafts who receive handicraft facilities from Omid Entrepreneurship Fund, a suitable space will be created for the sale and supply of handicraft products." Summer Citizenship Festival "20 to 20" The deputy mayor and head of the municipality's cultural, social and sports organization said that they are trying to hold the "20 to 20" summer citizenship festival, which was held last year, in late July this year with coronazisti rules. "Experience the establishment of this bazaar," he said. It can give us a line and a way to make the summer festival the best it can be. Jahanshahi added: "We anticipate that 150 handicraft booths will be set up in 10 to 15 points of Kerman city in this festival so that the population will not be concentrated all at once." He also referred to the activities of "Citizenship Health Guides" and said: "A number of tourism guides have learned the necessary training courses in collaboration with the University of Medical Sciences to help in the programs and field events that are held to better plan programs in better coronation conditions." Let's move on. The deputy mayor and head of the municipality's cultural, social and sports organization added: "A number of deaf leaders are also present to help this section of the community." Jahanshahi expressed hope that the handicraft market would be more popular in the coming days so that health protocols would not be affected while it flourished. It should be noted; Kerman Handicrafts Bazaar will be set up in 40 booths for 10 days at Pars Hotel in Kerman. Visitors can visit this exhibition from 18:00 to 23:00 according to the health instructions.