Warsaw, Thursday, 23 January 2020
The Faculty of Oriental Studies of University of Warsaw organized its 25th Annual Meeting of Diplomats from Asia and Africa with incoming freshmen.
The event was attended by the Rector of the Warsaw University, Dean of the Oriental Studies Faculty, professors and students from different faculties of the University, Ambassadors and diplomats from countries with residence in Warsaw.
The first part of the program was inaugurated with the speech of the honorable University Rector, followed by speeches of the Faculty Dean, and some participating Ambassadors.
Mr. Gul Hussain Ahmadi, Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to the Republic of Poland, also delivered a speech in this program. Ambassador Ahmadi appreciated the valuable cooperation of the Warsaw University with students from Afghanistan.
Ambassador Ahmadi, while mentioning more than half-a-century cooperation of Warsaw University with Afghanistan, requested for more assistance and expansion of academic and educational collaboration between the University of Warsaw and Kabul University.
During the second part of the program, the participating Embassies exhibited their cultural booths which contained their cultural features including traditional foods and exhibitions of tourism and landscapes from their countries.
The cultural section of the Embassy of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Warsaw also exhibited different aspects of Afghanistan’s culture, including information materials about Afghanistan, photos of different cultural and historical sites and landscapes, and as well as Afghan food which was highly appreciated by the students and other participants in the cultural program.