Joint TV channel to be set up to promote media links between Pak, Turkey, Malaysia

ISLAMABAD: 20, DECEMBER, 2021: A joint television channel would be established to promote media links between Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia.
While talking to media in the federal capital, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain informed that "Focal persons have been named for media sharing, and the joint media network will be formed."
The minister suggested that under the platform of OIC, "a unit of scholars should be named to provide guidance on religious issues."
"The jurisdiction of Rehmatullil Alameen Authority would be expanded, and a similar unit would be formed under the OIC," he added.
Pakistan hosted the 17th Extra-ordinary Session of Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Islamabad on Sunday.
The Session summoned at the initiative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as OIC Summit Chair.
Pakistan welcomed the call and offered to host the session.
Prime Minister Imran Khan delivered the keynote address.
Besides the Foreign Ministers from the OIC Member States and Observers, participants also included special invitees from the United Nations, International Financial Institutions and some non-member states including the United States, United Kingdom, France, China, Russia, Germany, Italy, Japan and the EU. (04)

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