Muscat (UNI / Oman) - The Ministers of Information of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries held their 26th meeting via video conference, and the meeting was chaired by Dr. Abdullah bin Nasser Al Harrasi, Minister of Information in the Sultanate of Oman and Chairman of the current session.
During the meeting, a number of topics on the meeting agenda of common interest in the field of media in the GCC countries were discussed, including developing a strategy to raise awareness of dealing with electronic communication networks, avoiding their dangers that affect the upbringing of young people, and urging children about the importance of adhering to good morals and preserving family cohesion and identity. Civilized.
The meeting also touched on the need to find common controls for electronic media content, digital advertisements, and licenses in social media, activating the role of GCC missions abroad, and drawing up a media plan that enables them to carry out the tasks required of them in highlighting the integrated Gulf work, in addition to the idea of creating a joint application for news agencies. In member states, it includes various media services.
Regarding the ongoing dangerous developments in Palestine and Israel’s escalatory military operations against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, the Information Ministers affirmed the joint and firm position of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which was expressed in the extraordinary foreign ministers’ meeting held in Muscat yesterday.
During the meeting, the Sultanate of Oman emphasized the pivotal role of the media in standing by the brotherly Palestinian people and explaining the violations they are being subjected to, which led to a major humanitarian crisis in which thousands of martyrs and wounded were killed.