Caretaker PM inaugurates first photographic exhibition by photographer Mohamed Al-Ezzi

The caretaker Prime Minister, Dr. Abdulaziz bin Habtoor, opened today,Satuarday, in the hallway of the Culture House in Sana'a, the first photographic exhibition by the photographer Muhammad Shihab Al-Azzi, which is held by the General Book Authority.

The caretaker PM, accompanied by his two deputies for Services and Development Affairs, Dr. Hussein Maqbouli, and for National Vision Affairs, Mahmoud Al-Junaid, the Minister of Culture, Abdullah Al-Kabsi, the Minister of State for the Affairs of the parliament , Shura Council, Dr. Ali Abu Haliqa, and the Director of the Prime Minister’s Office, Taha Al-Sufyani, toured with sections. The exhibition includes one hundred paintings that vary between landscapes from different Yemeni regions, architectural views of villages, cities and landmarks, and human views of faces from all over the country.

DR. Bin Habtoor expressed his happiness at visiting the exhibition, which included a wonderful mixture of vivid images documenting the beauty of Yemen's picturesque nature, full of beauty, geographical and environmental diversity.

He said: "Belonging to the land is the source of the revolutionary spirit, so that it can unite and work toward independence. The arts at all levels form a common human unity, and are capable of creating the spirit of independence, freedom, sovereignty, and capable of creating a bright tomorrow for Yemen."

The exhibition was considered a revolutionary message, especially as we are fighting an existential battle in the entire region, which aims to bridge differences and unify consciences in order to create a new Arab reality capable of survival, through its pride in belonging to the cultural, civilizational and historical identity of the land and man.

Source: Yemen News Agency