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مهر 97 - محکومیت حمله در اهواز

هیئت یاری‌رسانی سازمان ملل متحد در عراق (یونامی) و دفتر رابط یونامی در تهران، حمله تروریستی روز شنبه 22 سپتامر (31 شهریور) در شهر اهواز در جمهوری اسلامی ایران که در آن افراد نظامی و غیرنظامی، از جمله کودکان، کشته یا مجروح شده‌اند را قویاً محکوم می‌نماید.

هیات یاری‌رسانی سازمان ملل متحد در عراق مراتب تسلیت عمیق خود را به دولت و مردم ایران، بخصوص خانواده‌های قربانیان این حادثه ابراز کرده و شفای عاجل و کامل مجروحان را آرزو می‌کند.  


23 Sep 2018 - UNAMI condemns attack in Ahvaz

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The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq, including its Liaison Office in Tehran, strongly condemns the terrorist attack which took place on Saturday 22 September in the city of Ahvaz in the Islamic Republic of Iran, in which military personnel and civilians, including children, were killed or injured.

The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq offers its sincere condolences to the Government and people of Iran, in particular to the families of those who lost their lives, and wishes the injured a rapid and complete recovery.


3 September 2017 - UNESCO Joined Second Meeting of UNIMA’s Heritage Commission

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UNIMA Iran held the second meeting of UNIMA’s Heritage Commission in Tehran's City Theater Complex, on 2-3 September 2017.

UNIMA is a non-governmental organization affiliated with UNESCO. UNIMA was entrusted by UNESCO with the assessment of the dossiers about the classification of master pieces of oral and intangible heritage of humanity concerning puppetry.

The two-day meeting was opened by welcoming remarks of Dr. Hamid Reza Ardalan, Member of UNIMA’s Executive Committee and President of the Heritage Commission of UNIMA.

The opening continued by remarks of Ms Mahta Mohegh, Programme Assistant for Culture of UNESCO Tehran Cluster Office, who emphasized UNESCO's role to protect, preserve and safeguard cultural heritage around the world. She mentioned that cultural heritage does not end at monuments and collections of objects. It also includes all the traditions or living expressions, inherited from our ancestors and passed on to our descendants, such as oral traditions, performing arts, social practices, rituals, festive events, knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe, or the knowledge and skills to produce traditional crafts.

“Puppetry and the art of puppet-making are major elements of intangible cultural heritage in communities around the world. Puppet theatre for communities is not only a popular form of traditional entertainment, and often an integral part of traditional rituals and festive events, but it is also often a way of conveying a vision of the world, and an educational tool with messages on moral values”, said Ms Mohegh.

Members of the UNIMA Heritage Committee from Brussels, Canada and the Netherlands made presentations about puppetry techniques and figures.

During the meeting the World Encyclopedia of Puppetry was also introduced.

The meeting was attended by national experts from the Iranian Cultural Heritage Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) and several puppetry museums.

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