As part of the ongoing preparations for holding the Forum of Ancient Civilizations in its fifth edition, scheduled for Baghdad in the last quarter of 2022, Iraq’s Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein met on Wednesday with the Iraqi Minister of Culture, Tourism, and Antiquities Hassan Nadhim. The two discussed preparations for holding the Forum of Ancient Civilizations in its fifth edition in Baghdad in the last quarter of 2022. Iran, Greece, China, Egypt, Italy, India, Mexico, Peru, and Bolivia are expected to participate.
Among the participants were the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Legal and Multilateral Affairs, Qahtan Al-Janabi, the Head of the Organizations Department, Abbas Kadhim Obaid, as well as Laith Majid Hussein, Head of the Antiquities and Heritage Authority, and Falah Al-Ani, Director General of Cultural Relations at the Ministry of Culture.
As part of its fifth edition, the Forum of Ancient Civilizations is taking initiatives that build human solidarity among diverse societies and address violence and discrimination. These initiatives promote intercultural dialogue and human dignity. This is an invaluable and inclusive platform for all, allowing people to get acquainted and exchange ideas, thereby promoting a culture of dialogue among civilizations.