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KABUL, Afghanistan - Kabul based media representatives are cordially invited to attend a joint Press Conference to launch “We Believe in Balloons” an international campaign to share 10,000 pink balloons with the citizens of Kabul this spring. The campaign exists in 14 languages and hopes to engage thousands of people from around the world in dialogs about art, peace, and community.

Speakers: Taimoor Shah Es Haqzai, Deputy Minister of Youth Affairs
Mahbouba Seraj, Afghan Women’s Network Executive Director
Rahraw Omarzad, Center for Contemporary Art of Afghanistan Executive Director
Roya Sadat, Roya Film House Founder and President
Yazmany Arboleda, Glassless Glasses Studio Founder and Creative Director

Subject: Launching “We Believe in Balloons” Campaign Internationally

Time: Monday, Feb. 18, 2013, 10 a.m. Please arrive at 9:30 am

Venue: Government Media and Information Center, Council of Ministers (COM, across from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kabul, Afghanistan

For more information please contact:

Media Relations Department
Government Media and Information Center
484 147 799 009 | 656 697 786 0093| 0093 708 198 399

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Date Taken:02.17.2013

Date Posted:02.17.2013 05:38

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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