Saudi media minister meets editors-in-chief of local newspapersJanuary 13, 2019
Riyadh Saudi Arabia’s Media Minister Turki bin Abdullah Al-Shabanah met the editors-in-chief of Saudi newspapers at the headquarters of Saudi Press Agency (SPA) in Riyadh.
During the meeting, they discussed media-related subjects and means to support and develop them. They also discussed the projects, initiatives and ideas to develop work in journalism.
Al-Shabanah stressed the importance of improving journalistic work, in such a way to reflect the advancement, development and prosperity Saudi Arabia has reached in all fields, and contribute to supporting the Kingdom’s march and strengthens its status at all levels.
He lauded the limitless support extended by the country’s leadership for the media work, which has resulted in a tremendous human and technological advancement in the media fields in the Kingdom.
Following the meeting, the editors-in-chief, accompanied by SPA President Abdullah bin Fahd Al-Hussein, toured the agency’s headquarters and got acquainted with the workflow in various administrations and sections.
Source: International Islamic News Agency