Kuwait Minister of Information and chairman of Egypt's Supreme Council for Media Regulation launch an initiative on supporting the talented media people from the two countries
18 June 2021, 12:00 AM
30 June 2021, 12:00 AM
Kuwait's Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Abdulrahman al-Mutairi and chairman of Egypt's Supreme Council for Media Regulation (SCMR) Karam Gabr agreed on launching an initiative on supporting the talented media people from the two countries.
This news comes after a meeting between the two officials in Cairo, in the presence of Kuwait's Ambassador to Egypt Mohammad Al-Thuwaith and the minister's delegation.
The minister described the Kuwaiti-Egyptian media relations as "very distinguished" and the significance of media in strengthening bonds with all Arab countries, mainly Egypt.
He also said that the media is crucial for overcoming challenges facing the Arab world through raising youth awareness on risks facing their countries.
Meanwhile, head of SCMR hoped cooperation between Kuwait and Egypt in the next period would have an impact on media policies of the two countries.
He called for revamping conventional media outlets, noting that the Arab world is facing challenges from e-media, particularly social media.
Moreover, the two sides agreed on forming teamwork to start setting a working paper and a strategy for the initiative.