The Ministry of Culture and the Sharjah Book Society sign the Memorandum of Understanding


Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development Noura Bint Mohammed Al-Kaabi praised the efforts of Sharjah Emirate to translate President Sheikh President Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, members of the Supreme Council and Supreme Commander of Sharjah, through initiatives and strategies for the UAE as a global publishing platform and as a favorite writer and intellectual target. A Memorandum of Understanding signed at the Sharjah International Book Fair in the 37th edition of the Sharjah International Book Fair, signed by the Ministry of Culture and Knowledge Development and Sharjah Library, aimed at enhancing cooperation with multiple cultures and writers and writers. Publishing and upgrading the publishing sector of the UAE.


The agreement was signed by Noura Bint Mohammed Al Qaabi and Ahmed Bin Rakad Al Ameri, Chairman of the Governorship of Sharjah, the two sides agreed to provide the publishing sector with the appropriate tools in the country.The Ministry allocates one or more employees to Authorities have the necessary knowledge and procedures for ISBN Each Sharjah publisher receives 50 international numbers free of charge annually, and publishers print and install the number in accordance with the procedures specified by the Ministry. The necessary facilities must be provided.

The agreement will encourage investment in book and publishing creative industries that will invest in this sector nationwide through a series of projects and will work together to build integrated databases for local and international companies under Sharjah Publishing City.

"This agreement represents a new embodiment of the liaison relationship between the Authority and the Ministry of Culture and Knowledge, serving the culture and intelligence of the country, and translating, in the presence of His Majesty, Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council of Sharjah and Leader. the promotion of industry and the expansion of Arab and international partnerships, which opens the way for promoting a larger culture of EAE at different cultural events.


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