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Comorian President commends continental leadership of King Mohammed VI

by Kan Khine
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President of the Union of the Comoros, current Chairman of the African Union, Azali Assouman, commended the continental leadership of King Mohammed VI and the quality of relations binding Morocco and the Union of the Comoros.

The Comorian Head of State made the remarks while receiving President of the High Authority for Audiovisual Communication (HACA), Latifa Akharbach, in capital Moroni, on Tuesday

Azali Assouman hailed the continental leadership of King Mohammed VI, the quality of the relations linking the Kingdom and the Union of the Comoros, and the ongoing mutual solidarity that characterizes these relations, HACA said in a press release.

The Comorian President also praised the HACA’s commitment to the Comorian National Press and Audiovisual Council (CNPA), which is engaged in a vast program of modernization and professional upgrading, and expressed his support for any sharing of expertise that would enable the introduction of proactive regulation capable of promoting public communication and media practices serving the values of living together, tolerance, and social development.

HACA President stressed during the audience that the extension of bilateral cooperation between Morocco and the Union of the Comoros to the field of autonomous media regulation is a relevant contribution to the dynamic spurred by the South-South cooperation advocated and supported by King Mohammed VI in favor of a strong and united Africa.

“The establishment of concrete and operational cooperation between the HACA and the CNPA will enrich the experience of both countries in the field of media regulation, with a focus on increasing the skills of the regulator, developing professional intelligence, adapting to the new digital media environment and promoting the citizen’s right to quality and trustworthy information,” Akharbach was quoted in the press release as saying.

Speaking in her capacity as President of the African Communication Regulation Authorities Network (ACRAN), Akharbach presented this pan-African platform of regulators to the President of the State of Comoros, outlining the network’s 2023-2024 roadmap, in addition to the major areas of reflection identified on the continent in terms of audiovisual and digital regulation.

In this respect, she highlighted ACRAN’s ambition to make an effective contribution to promoting the status, resources, skills, and autonomy of African regulators, so that they can act optimally to consolidate local and national media systems and build the continent’s informational sovereignty.

Source: The North Africa Post

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