‘Media Honor Charter’ declared in Sana’a

SANA’A, The Ministry of Information and the official and private media institutions outlets in Sanaa organized on Thursday a ceremony to declare the ‘Media Honor Charter’, in implementation of the national vision for building the modern Yemeni state.
The charter aims to organize media work within the framework of a strong media front by setting media controls that are governed by professional ethics, religious and national constants and responsibilities.
At the declaration ceremony, Minister of Information Dhaif Allah Al-Shami referred to the importance of the media honor charter, which comes on the basis of the national vision, to work according to a single vision through which everyone moves.
“The honor charter is not a restriction of freedoms as some people imagine,” he said, indicating that the principles and objectives of the national media come within the course of confronting the aggression, preserving the security and independence of the homeland, and strengthening steadfastness and cohesion of the internal front.
The Minister of Information added that “the enemy was unable to confront the national media front, despite its huge media machine.”
The charter stipulates that the media activity should focus on the priority of confronting the aggression by highlighting the grievances of the Yemeni people and the ugliness of the aggression crimes, as well as highlighting the popular steadfastness and the victories of the army and popular committees.

Source: Yemen News Agency