A 3-day seminar was held for Press Members of Governmental Agencies in Ghazni

rahmatullah
Mon, Jan 23 2023 5:36 PM
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Yesterday in Ghazni Province, a three-day seminar was held for the press members of local agencies by the Department of Information and Culture of Ghazni Province.
Director of Information and Culture of Ghazni Mullah Hamidullah Nisar says that he organized a three-day seminar for the press members of the government agencies in Ghazni with the help of the Journalists' Association in Ghazni, with the aim of promoting coordination between journalists and government agencies, as well as, providing accurate and timely information to the journalists and publishing the achievements and activities of the mentioned institutions on time.
 
It is worth noting that several times before, the journalists of Ghazni expressed their concern about the lack of access to information in the joint coordination meeting of the government and the media in this particular province and had asked the Department of Information and Culture of Ghazni to provide them with accurate and timely information.
January 22, 2023

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