Fahim Al-Hamid to Al-Rai: 250 media professionals are following work of Jeddah Summit


Saudi Arabia: The Saudi Ministry of Information has prepared a global media centre in the Movenpick Hotel in Jeddah, which is the headquarters of media professionals from various Gulf, Arab, Islamic and international countries, under the direct guidance of the Minister of Information in charge, Dr Majid bin Abdullah Al-Qasabi.

Adviser to the Saudi Minister of Information, Fahim Al-Hamid, said that the “global media centre is dedicated to following up on the work of the Jeddah Summit for Security and Development,” noting that the centre is equipped with all the requirements for media professionals, whether internet or computers and direct live transmission.


Al-Hamid said in a statement to Media that “the Ministry of Information received more than 250 media professionals from foreign, Islamic, Arab and Gulf countries to cover the events of the summit,” stressing that “the centre provided direct transmission, recording reports, and everything the media needs in their work and message.”

Al-Hamid praised the great support of the Minister of Information, Dr Khaled Al-Ghamdi, the Undersecretary for International Relations and his team, which follows up the work around the clock.

Sources told the media that US President Joe Biden was accompanied during his visit to Saudi Arabia by a media delegation estimated at 200 journalists from various famous American newspapers and channels.

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