With the participation of 35 exhibitors and businesswomen, the activities of the Bazaar exhibition (Our handicrafts are the symbol of our culture) was inaugurated today, organized by the New Generation Cultural Association on the occasion of Christmas approaching in Al-Aziziya neighborhood in Aleppo. Aleppo laurel, woodwork and resin.
Avo Khoshavian, Executive Director of the Association, said in a statement to SANA reporter that the importance of the exhibition lies in marketing handicrafts to the participants, in addition to its being a national cultural, social and economic event to highlight the diverse cultures and their integration over successive generations. Under the current conditions.
SANA’s camera monitored the views of a number of participants, as Becky Calstian explained that she is participating for the second year in a row in the exhibition with a set of handicrafts, clothes and Christmas gifts, noting that the exhibition contributes to helping producers market their products and instills joy in people’s hearts, especially children with the advent of Christmas.
Ahmed Al Mahmy, who is participating in the exhibition with wooden crafts, resin figurines, toys for Santa Claus and Christmas tree decorations, expressed his happiness at the good turnout at the exhibition, while Annie Stogoyan explained that she offers a variety of sweets and homemade pastries that she made manually and hopes to market them in the exhibition, while Raghad Aseel pointed out that she displays Her products include sportswear that she manufactures in her workshop, pointing to the need to encourage and market the local product, while Makrdish Katarjian noted his participation in a variety of sweets that express the Armenian heritage of handicrafts and food, especially with the approach of Christmas.
A number of visitors to the three-day exhibition expressed their admiration for the handicrafts that express the ingenuity and creativity of the Aleppine producers.