The latest news about Hossein Entezami, the Iranian deputy culture minister for press affairs
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Iran’s top cinema official announced the country would cancel a film week dedicated to Polish films in Tehran in protest against Warsaw’s plan to host an anti-Iran meeting organized by the US.
The English and Arabic renditions of the Islamic Republic’s Law on Dissemination of and Free Access to Information have been officially released as part of the government’s efforts to promote Freedom of Information (FOI).
An Iranian media official has lashed out at the Reuters News Agency for publishing commissioned reports on Iran’s domestic affairs.
Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance of Iran, Hossein Entezami, says the government is determined to implement the law of Freedom of Information (FOI) passed about 6 years ago.
An Iranian official says cultural diplomacy can pave the way for promotion of ties between the Iranian and Azerbaijani nations.
In an effort to increase transparency and promote Freedom of Information (FOI) in the Islamic Republic, the Iranian government has officially launched a portal that provides people with free access to the information of state institutions.
An Iranian official says an online system has been launched to provide Iranian citizens with free access to the information of public and private organizations and institutes.
The deputy culture minister says the new law on freedom of information is expected to revolutionize the way the state interacts with citizens.
Responsible freedom in releasing news is what Iranian media are after; the motto picked with their help reflects this fact.
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