Bahraini Minister of Information Ramzan bin Abdulla Alnoaimi lauded the legacy of Egypt’s Radio and Television building (Maspero) and the history of the Egyptian media.
This came during a meeting for Alnoaimi and his accompanying delegation on Wednesday with Head of the National Media Authority Hussein Zein where they discussed means to boost joint cooperation in the different media domains.
The Bahraini minister asserted the depth of relations between Egypt and Bahrain in addition to the importance of working together to push media cooperation in various fields.
Meanwhile, Zein underlined the importance of continuous communication with the Bahraini side to activate the joint media work via program exchanging and joint production, intensifying training courses and sharing expertise and media experience.
Earlier, Wednesday President Sisi has affirmed Egypt’s belief in the significance of the media’s strategic role in supporting countries’ efforts to achieve stability and development; via addressing national issues and raising public awareness.
Sisi made the remarks during his meeting on Wednesday with Arab information ministers at Al-Ittihadiya presidential palace in Cairo.
The president pointed out to the common concerns and challenges experienced by the Arab world, which he said requires the Arab media to be united in order to face these challenges.
He also urged raising various fact-supported issues at the media in a thorough and objective way, Presidential Spokesman Bassam Rady said.
Sisi stressed that the message of religions is focused on construction, peace and development, which he said will only be achieved through ensuring political and moral security and stability for peoples.
Meanwhile, the Arab ministers praised the tangible achievements made in Egypt under President Sisi’s leadership at the political, development, economic and social levels.
Egypt provides a model to follow as regards development, prosperity and its future vision for achieving sustainable development, they said.
The ministers also highlighted Cairo’s key role in preserving the security and stability of the whole Arab world.
Source: Egypt Today Magazine