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  During his Participation in the Launch Ceremony of the New Website and Logo of the Gulf Press Union, HE the GCC Secretary General Affirms the GCC Media's Role in Supporting and Highlighting the March of joint GCC Work

General Secretariat - Manama
 His Excellency Mr Jasem Mohamed Albudaiwi, Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), stated that the GCC media, through governmental and private media institutions, plays a pivotal role in highlighting the remarkable achievements of the GCC's ongoing progress and development.

This came during His Excellency's participation in the launch ceremony of the new website and logo of Gulf Press Union, today, Wednesday, May 15, 2024, in the city of Manama, the Kingdom of Bahrain. Present in the ceremony were His Excellency Mr Nabeel bin Yacoub Al Hamar, Advisor to His Majesty the King for Media Affairs, and His Excellency Dr Ramzan Al Nuaimi, Minister of Information in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and a large number of media personalities.

At the beginning of his speech, His Excellency the Secretary General expressed his thanks and appreciation to the wise leadership of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and to His Excellency Dr Ramzan Al Nuaimi for their efforts in supporting the GCC media in general, and especially for hosting the Gulf Press Union for several years and providing all facilities for it.

He also congratulated the management and members of the Gulf Press Union for the launch of their new website and identity, praising their great efforts in unifying the endeavour of the GCC journalists, and wishing them success and achievement of the noble goals for which the Union was established.

Moreover, he pointed out that the GCC countries are always striving to enact media laws and projects that contribute to keeping pace with the development of the media and support media professionals in the member states.

Finally, His Excellency concluded his speech by emphasising that the GCC media institutions have become among the most prestigious and credible media institutions in the world, hailing the qualitative leap in the media work in the GCC and the tremendous development that has occurred in these institutions.