Ministry of Information and Culture (Afghanistan)
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The Afghan Ministry of Information and Culture is the Afghan Government Ministry in charge of Culture, Tourism, Publishing Affairs and Youth Affairs. The ministry is currently led by Abdul Bari Jahani.
|Abdul Rahim Nevin||July 17, 1973 - April 28, 1978||Nevin was appointed by President Daoud Khan as the first Information and Culture Minister of the Republic of Afghanistan.|
|Sayed Makhdoom Raheen||December 2001 - March 2006||
|Abdul Karim Khoram||March 2006 - January 2010|
|Sayed Makhdoom Raheen||January 2010 - April 2015||
|Abdul Bari Jahani||April 2015 - November 2016||Jahani served as foreign aid manager for the Ministry of Education (MoE) for two years (1976 and 1978.) In 1981 he was appointed as Deputy Director for the Afghanistan National Radio Television. Jahani joined Voice of America (VoA) in 1983. He retired from VOA in 2010.|
- "Minister's Biography - Biography and Scientific Works of Abdul Bari Jahani". Ministry of Information and Culture, Afghanistan. Retrieved 2015-11-20.
- "Minister of Culture and Information Abdul Bari Jahani Resigns". atnnews. 7 November 2016.