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Makary Meets “The New York Times” Beirut Bureau Chief

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Information Minister, Ziad al-Makary, on Thursday welcomed in his office at the Ministry, “The New York Times” Beirut Bureau Chief, accompanied by the newspaper’s correspondent in Lebanon, Howaida Asaad, in presence of the Head of the Ministry’s Foreign Correspondents Press Room, Marwan Shoukri. Discussions reportedly touched on general media issues, ...

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Information Minister: Agreement With French Embassy To Archive Data Of Tele-Liban, Radio Lebanon

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Information Minister Ziad Makary revealed, in an interview with “Radio Lebanon” this morning, that a protocol agreement with the French embassy will be signed on April 5, 2022, to archive the data of both the Lebanese TV and Radio, promising that “all archives will be preserved electronically for the benefit of the Ministry of Information.” ...

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Minister Of Information Welcomes Iranian Cultural Advisor

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Minister of Information, Ziad Al-Makary, on Thursday welcomed Iranian cultural advisor, Mohammad Reza Mortazavi, with whom he discussed the general situation, as well as Lebanese-Iranian bilateral relations. The pair also discussed the possibility of reviving agreements in the field of media and activating joint cooperation. Following the meeting, Mortazavi said ...

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Information Minister Inspects Télé Liban In Hazmieh

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Minister of Information, Ziad Makary, on Thursday inspected the Hazmieh-based Télé Liban building and toured all its departments. “I expected Télé Liban in Hazmieh would be in better conditions,” the Minister told reporters. “Neither Télé Liban nor the Information Ministry is poor,” he said. “We will try our best to ...

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Makary Broaches Lebanese University Dossier With Contractual Professors, Welcomes Delegation Of Press Directors’ Syndicate


Minister of Information, Ziad al-Makary, on Tuesday welcomed a delegation representing  Lebanese University’s contractual professors, with whom he discussed a number of LU issues. Minister Makary expressed keen interest in  supporting the LU, deeming it “the University of the homeland.” He promised to share the professors’ demands with the Council ...

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