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ALECSO Honours Musician Naseer Shamma

Updated: Mar 31, 2021

His Excellency Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ould Omar, Director General of The Arab Organisation for Education, Culture and Science (ALECSO), honoured musician, Naseer Shamma on Monday March 29, 2021, at the organisation's headquarters, in the presence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Iraq to the Republic of Tunisia, where a reception was held for the guests of the International Monodrama Festival in Carthage .

Naseer Shamma delivers a speech during honours ceremnoy by ALECSO

This honour was presented in assignment to musician Naseer Shamma, the ALECSO shield and a certificate of appreciation for his pioneering artistic and creative career, and for the cultural project he has aimed through spreading Arab culture with the Oud instrument, regionally and internationally.

ALECSO Director General presents Naseer Shamma with ALECSO Shield

The Director General of the organisation delivered a speech before the attendees, in which he emphasised the role of the organisation in sponsoring of Arab intellectuals, artists and creative peoples wherever they are, carrying a message of security and peace for all humanity wherever they go through their creative work. It is a conscious choice based on the goals for which the organisation was dispatched, and the values ​​it works to spread and promote. The Director General indicated that the organisation's support for creators is not limited to artistic fields, but rather covers all areas of creativity, including theatrical, audio, visual, drama and other arts, based on its belief in the existing communication and complementarity between them, and it seeks to value the noble message undertaken by the creators in disseminating the values ​​of beauty, love, peace, and openness to civilisations, aiming at cultivating talents and cultivating artistic taste, especially among the youth, consolidating cultural identity, and resisting all forms of extremism.

ALECSO Headquarters in Tunisia

The ceremony was attended by a number of artists from Tunisia and the Arab world, led by the great Tunisian artist Mona Nour al-Din, the Iraqi artist Hassan Ali Haroun, the artist Majid Doula al-Abed, and the Moroccan artist Muhammad al-Sebaei, in addition to a number of media professionals, journalists and those interested Arab cultural and artistic affairs.



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