Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi ordered on Sunday to allocate a new building to the Federation of Arab Journalists (FAJ).
According to a statement by the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the President of the Federation of Arab Journalists Moayad Al-Lami met today, the President of the Republic of Egypt Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and members of the General Secretariat of the Federation in the presence of the President of the Supreme Council for Media Regulation Karam Gabr," noting that "Al-Lami conveyed the greetings of Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani to Al-Sisi with his wishes to the Arab Republic of Egypt and the brotherly people of Egypt for continued prosperity and progress."
Al-Sisi praised "the role of Arab media in building the national state through balanced media discourse, which led to strengthening the means of development and building developed societies," calling for "the importance of building national media that contribute to building the Arab person and enhance development paths in Arab countries."
Al-Sisi expressed his vision for "the Arab media and the role of the Federation of Arab Journalists in advancing the Arab media reality and unifying the media discourse by building joint media platforms towards the events taking place in our Arab world," praising "Iraqi-Egyptian relations and their development at all levels."
During the meeting, President Al-Sisi ordered to "allocate a new building for the Federation of Arab Journalists and support it, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its founding."
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