Abu Dhabi (UNA) - Today, Tuesday, the Union of News Agencies of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (UNA) signed a memorandum of cooperation with the “Viory” media group, on the sidelines of the opening of the second edition of the World Media Congress in the Emirati capital, Abu Dhabi.
The signing ceremony took place in the presence of a group of officials, dignitaries and media figures participating in Congress.
The memorandum aims to enhance the cooperation of the two parties in the field of international news coverage, and cover important events related to relations between the countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the countries of the “BRICS” group, in addition to laying the basis for joint projects and programs and the exchange of knowledge between the two sides.
During his speech at the signing ceremony, the Acting Director General of the Federation, Mohammed bin Abd Rabbuh Al-Yami, affirmed that the Federation, as the umbrella organization for news agencies in 57 member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, is based on the tasks entrusted to it to advance media work in Islamic countries and enhance international media cooperation to confront common challenges. And consolidating the values of tolerance and coexistence, he is very keen to strengthen his relations with international media unions and institutions.
He pointed out that the memorandum will lay the foundation for further cooperation, and will result in many programs and events, which will enhance news exchange between the two sides and advance the professional level of journalists in the Islamic world, expressing his thanks to those in charge of “Viory” for their interest in strengthening cooperation ties with international media institutions. .
Through its new headquarters in Abu Dhabi, Viory will focus on providing exclusive breaking news in politics, technology, sports and entertainment.
The brand was launched with a team of more than 150 full-time employees, and an extended network of more than 3 video journalists worldwide.