Several young Afghan photographers, painters, and calligraphers launched a program to display artwork in Kabul on Monday to spread hope and inspiration amid the chaotic situation in the country.
The exhibit was named the "generation of hope," and participants said they have witnessed both joyful and sad days.
One of these young people said no problem can overcome them or impede the progress of the country, and that they will stand strong in defending their country.
“We will stand and we will resist, we will work for our future and for our country so that other young people are encouraged,” said Natasha Hakimi, one of the photographers.
“We love this art, and we will continue until the end,” said cameraman Elham Rostami.
The program included painting, drawing and calligraphy.
Reading poems, playing music hosting a photo exhibit were part of the program.
“We love when people come and visit our exhibition and find hope from it,” said Mohammad Rafi Malek, a photographer.