Baghdad - INA
The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities is following with great interest the kidnapping of the friend of Iraq, and the Iraqi German cultural activist, Hella Mewis, who was kidnapped by an unknown party near her house in the Karrada district of Baghdad.
The ministry said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA) today, Thursday, that it "is in extensive contact with the concerned authorities, and calls for more efforts to release the lover activists in Baghdad, whose positions are known to support the return of cultural and artistic life to its health."
The ministry clarified during the statement that "such incidents undermine the great efforts made by life makers in this country, and the great sacrifices made by our hero fighters in defending humanity against terrorism as well as distorting the beautiful image known to the Iraqi person with his generosity and generosity, especially since Hila Mios was A bridge between Iraqi intellectuals and the world's intellectuals.
The ministry calls upon all who have a relationship with this issue: to respond to the vibrant voice of humanity, and to be of assistance to the benevolent among the people of this people in returning freedom to the friend of Iraqi culture, Hella Mewis.