Head of the World Craft Council's Asia Pacific Region (WCC-APR) Ghada Hijjawi-Qaddumi, said at the ceremony to announce the arbitrary results of the seal of authenticity, which was held at the Blue Hall of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO), that most of the works that received the seal of authenticity in handicrafts were from Iran with Oman taking the second place.
She added, "The trip was aimed at having Iran's artistic crafts, evaluated and we hope good results would be achieved by Iranian artists."
Hijjawi noted, "It was a very well-planned trip, and Iran has a lot of valuable and magnificent industries that should be introduced and seen."
Krishna, member of the World Handicraft Council, also said at the ceremony, "All Iranian handicrafts items are magnificent and valuable."
Pooya Mahmoudian, a deputy director of ICHHTO said, "The position of the people who receive the seal of authenticity in handicrafts is very important."