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Handicrafts must enter people’s lives and be applied


“Mrs. Mahmoudian had a very good record and provided valuable services with the cooperation of our colleagues in the Deputy of Handicrafts,” said Seyyed Ezatullah Zarghami, a correspondent for Heritage Aria. “And they presented traditional arts.”

The Minister of Heritage, Culture, Tourism and Handicrafts added: “Humans are of two categories. Those who, apart from their managerial position, have value, identity and credibility, and those who have all their credibility in the position they hold. “There are many people in the second category, but Ms. Mahmoudian is one of those people who, apart from their responsibilities, have an independent identity based on their personality, knowledge and abilities, and their position to serve is always safe.”

“Ms. Mahmoudian will remain in the deputy for handicrafts and traditional arts,” he added. In my transformation plans, the issue of experience and research based on facts is very important, and it was decided that they will be active in this field and help the ministry in the field in which they have experience. “I am sure that with their thinking, they will be a good partner for me, Ms. Jalali and our colleagues.”

Engineer Zarghami also said about Dr. Maryam Jalali: “Dr. Jalali is a well-known figure in the field of cultural management. They had a comprehensive, scholarly and transformative view of various fields, and apart from their careful studies and personal knowledge, their interactive spirit and good management are exemplary. “Wherever they were, they had the power to use the point of view of all people.”

“Ms. Jalali’s humility and interaction have made her successful in all her endeavors,” he added.

The Minister of Heritage, Culture, Tourism and Handicrafts stated: “I have a transformative view of all the ministerial discussions, including handicrafts, part of which I mentioned in Ms. Jalali’s mission. Crafts are still a long way from what they should be. “We have to fill this gap and we all have to help make it happen.”

“Handicrafts must enter people’s lives,” he continued. There must be a change in color and design. “Goods must also be diversified, cheap, packaged and branded.”

The Minister of Heritage, Culture, Tourism and Handicrafts stated: “I ask all my colleagues in the Deputy Minister of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts to put all their experience and energy to work. This is where good ideas come in. The whole country is at our disposal today as supply points, markets and shops. “Wherever there are shrines, it can be a place to sell and sell our handicrafts.”

“You do not need a permit to set up an exhibition and sell handicrafts in the store,” added Engineer Zarghami.

“The fields of work of handicrafts are the manifestation of a resistance economy,” he said. It has nothing to do with sanctions and it can really save our economy. Let all colleagues know that this is our transformational view in this field today. “Our research institute should be active in the handicrafts sector and help to make a difference in this sector.”

The Minister of Heritage, Culture, Tourism and Handicrafts said that emphasizing that our vision should be broad in the field of handicrafts, he said: “We must use cyberspace and new technologies to introduce and teach handicrafts. People should consider handicrafts in their lifestyle. “Its beauties must also be displayed.”

“Handicrafts will be a strong point of people’s lifestyle and should have a special place in new technologies,” said Zarghami.

“I wish Ms. Mahmoudian every success, and I thank Ms. Jalali for accepting this responsibility. Her presence in the Deputy Minister of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts raises my expectations,” he said. “I hope that by taking advantage of all the valuable experiences and work done in this deputy, they will remove the remaining work and use all their capacities to meet the demands of the people.”

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