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Information Minister Ali bin Mohammed Al Romaihi stressed that the leaked telephone call between former Qatari Premier and Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jassim and Secretary General of dissolved Al Wefaq Society Ali Salman is a grave escalation in Qatar’s conspiracy on the security and stability of Bahrain and the Arabian Gulf.
​(BNA): A top government official slammed the subversive role of the Qatari information policy. “Bahrain has long been suffering from the Aljazeera Satellite Channel ever since it was established twenty years ago”, said Information Affairs Minister Ali Mohammed Al-Romaihi.
​Information Minister Ali bin Mohammed Al Romaihi attended in Jeddah today a meeting of the Information Ministers of the countries calling to combat terrorism.

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The Kingdom of Bahrain welcomes international media and hopes to provide an enjoyable and reliable service for all journalists travelling to Bahrain for work purposes through the Ministry of Information Affairs.

In line with many countries, there is a requirement for international media to register for a media visa ahead of their visit and provide a list of all the technical equipment that will be brought in to the country in order to clear customs. International media includes journalists, reporters and accompanying crew members, all of whom should contact the Media Follow-Up Directorate – General Directorate of External Communication at the Ministry Information Affairs to ensure smooth entry to the country and gain best access, where possible, to relevant spokespeople to whom they wish to speak.

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All media personnel are required to present a detailed list of their equipment (this includes the names, serial numbers, and quantity and estimated value) to the Media Follow-Up Directorate prior to their visit to the Kingdom of Bahrain in order to ensure that they're processed through Customs. The owner or carrier of the equipment is expected to pay a Customs Tax upon arrival (5% of the total estimated value of the equipment). Owners will only be refunded this amount following an inspection of equipment by Customs upon their departure, as a confirmation that all equipment brought in has exited the Kingdom.

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