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Journalist “Ahmed Al Tahri”, Editor-in-Chief of “Rose Al Youssef” magazine, and head of the news sector at the “United Media Services” Company, published the most important understandings reached with officials of the Ministry of Information in the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Al Tahri said, through his personal account on Facebook: “On the sidelines of the Saudi Media Forum, understandings took place with the officials of the Ministry of Information in the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and we found a welcome for the launch of the (Cairo News) channel office in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, soon.”

He added, “The exchange of media services was also welcomed in terms of content and training, in a way that deepens media communication in a manner commensurate with the depth of Egyptian-Saudi relations.”

And the head of the news sector at the United Media Services Company continued: “It was discussed about the return of the (Arabic edition) of the ancient “Rose Al Youssef” magazine to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, after a hiatus that lasted for years, and that the return should be in a modern and modern way, and that it include articles by senior writers in Egypt and the Kingdom.”

He also thanked the Saudi Minister of Information, Dr. Majed Al-Qasabi, and Dr. Khaled Al-Ghamdi, Undersecretary of the Saudi Ministry of Information for Foreign Relations, for their hospitality, welcome, and openness to everything that pushes media relations between Egypt and Saudi Arabia towards a more distinguished level. He also thanked the great journalist, Karam Gabr, head of the Supreme Media Council and head of the Egyptian delegation, advisor Mahmoud Fawzi, secretary-general of the council, and Ahmed Nadeem, vice president of CBC Network.