Posted by: APO | 8 March 2009

Sudan / Press videoconference of sudanese President Omar AL BECHIR


 

PRESS RELEASE

 

Sudan / Press videoconference of sudanese President Omar AL BECHIR

Nicolas POMPIGNE-MOGNARD, the Secretary-General of the African Press Organization (APO) discussed on Sunday by phone with Ambassador Ali SADIG, the
Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Sudan.

The Secretary-General of the African Press Organization (APO) and the
Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Sudan evoked the setup in the next few days of a press videoconference intended to enable Sudanese President Omar AL BECHIR to answer the questions of international media.

The last meeting between Mr POMPIGNE-MOGNARD and Amb. SADIG was held in Khartum (Sudan), October, 6, 2008.

To attend to the press videoconference, journalists just have to be in front of any computer connected to Internet.

PRE-REGISTRATION FORM

List of pre-registred media (03/10/09 – 11 :00 am) :  

 

1.      ABC News (United States)

2.      Africa News Network Inc (Canada)

3.      Agence France Presse (France & Sudan)

4.      AL ARABIYA NEWS CHANNEL (USA)

5.      ANSA – Italian News Agency (Italy)

6.      BBC (USA)

7.      BBC World Service (United Kingdom)

8.      Business Daily (Kenya)

9.      BusinessWorld (Nigeria)

10.  Channel 4 News (United Kingdom)

11.  Dakar Bondy Blog (Senegal)

12.  Danish Broadcasting Corp. (Denmark)

13.  Deutsche Welle (Tanzania)

14.  Disso Fm (Senegal)

15.  Europe 1 (France)

16.  Femmes Africa Solidarité (Senegal)

17.  France 24 (Sudan)

18.  Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany)

19.  iCastNews.com (USA)

20.  Independent Television News (United Kingdom)

21.  Insight Magazine (Namibia)

22.  Katholische Nahrichten-Agentur (Germany)

23.  Kosmos 94.1(Namibia)

24.  L’Express (France)

25.  La Tribune (Algeria)

26.  Los Angeles Times (USA)

27.  MARGES (Niger)

28.  McGraw-Hill, Platts (South Africa)

29.  Media 24 (South Africa)

30.  Media for peace/VOK (Uganda)

31.  Mozaik TV (France)

32.  NBC News (USA)

33.  Noel Tadegnon – Freelance (Togo)

34.  Paris Match (France)

35.  Público (Spain)

36.  Reuters AlertNet (United Kingdom)

37.  RFM (Senegal)

38.  Rue 89 (France)

39.  Soraya (United Arab Emirates)

40.  Süddeutsche Zeitung (German States)

41.  Swiss National Public Radio DRS (Switzerland)

42.  Tageszeitung (Germany)

43.  TF1 (France)

44.  The Associated Press (South Africa)

45.  The National (USA)

46.  The Voice (Botswana)

47.  The Wall Street Journal (USA)

48.  Thomson Reuters (United Kingdom)

49.  Tokyo Chunichi Shimbun (Japan)

50.  TT, The Swedish News Agency (Sweden)

51.  Tunisian Embassy – Khartoum (Sudan)

52.  UNODC (Snegal)

53.  Voice of America (USA)

54.  W.C.M – WORLD CONNECTION MEDIA (Comoros)

55.  WEST AFRICA DEMOCRACY RADIO (Senegal)

 



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