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The First County Conference to Celebrate the National Badge Holders of Handicraft Quality held by the Hosting City of Ghayenat

The First County Conference to Celebrate the National Badge Holders of Handicraft Quality was held with presence of Mr.Amini the Assistant of Planning and Construction of Governors Office, Mr. Abbasszadeh the Traditional Arts and Handicrafts Assistant of the Cultural Heritage Administration of South Khorasan, Mr. Gharayei the Chairman of the Islamic Council of the County, The Prefects of Towns and other Officials and as well as Artists and Handicraft Craftsmen of the County and Towns was held in Ghayen in the Cultural Complex of Art Islamic Guidance.

From a report from the Public Relations Department of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Administration of South Khorasan, Mr.Abbassi the Chief of the Cultural Heritage Office in Ghayenat said: "Qayenat City has a very beautiful tradition for arts and we are very proud, one of the largest handicrafts unions in east of Iran is in Ghayenat in the Rom Village and is causing employment to a large number of people in this region.
In this year we succeeded in obtaining 5 national signs in the Handicrafts Section which consist of one sign in Sofreh Ardi, one in Pakhal Baffi(Weaving Pakhal) and 3 in weaving Traditional Materials".
The Handicrafts Assistant of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Administration of County said: "Our country is the World's third superpower in Handicrafts, 300 series of Handicrafts in Iran are active where 80 of them are active in South Khorasan. Over the past two years we have managed to gain 16 national signs in Handicrafts. It's an honor for Artists and Handicraft activists in the County. This summer in South Khorasan took the first rank in the Countries based on Seasonal Market Growth in the first 6 months of the year".
Its needed to say at the end of the conference they celebrated with the Artists and Craftsmen of Towns of Birjand, Ghayenat, Tabas, Ferdows and Zirkouh which recieved the National signs in 1392 and 1394 and also some of the managers of the Cultural Heritage Offices of the County who were active in the Handicraft Section during the first six month of the year. 

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