Saudi delegation attends Gulf Military Media Coexistence program in Kuwait

Saudi delegation attends Gulf Military Media Coexistence program in Kuwait

KUWAIT (RAHNUMA): The Saudi Ministry of Defense, represented by the General Administration of Strategic Communication at the ministry’s Agency for Strategic Affairs, participated in the Gulf Military Media Coexistence program, which was recently hosted by the armed forces in Kuwait.

The Saudi delegation was headed by the administration’s Director-General Abdul Rahman bin Sultan Al-Sultan.

The departments concerned with communication and moral guidance in the ministries of defense in Gulf Cooperation Council countries participated in the program.

The program offered lectures, seminars, specialized media visits, a symposium on social media, and a workshop for the exchange of experiences and expertise.

Al-Sultan noted that the program aims to achieve an exchange of experiences in military media between the armed forces of GCC countries in order to develop their capabilities in this regard.

He stressed the importance of activating media programs in GCC countries, highlighting their role in developing military communication capabilities, which offer an opportunity to further enhance cooperation to achieve strategic goals.

The General Administration of Strategic Communication hosted the Gulf Media Coexistence Program last October in Riyadh.

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