Information Affairs Minister, and Chairman of the
Board of Trustees of the Bahrain Institute for Political Development (BIPD),
Ali bin Mohammed Al‑Romaihi, has lauded Bahrain’s long history in the
fields of education, literature and arts, as well as efforts to consolidate its
pioneering status as a beacon of media, intellectual and cultural creativity
during His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa’s prosperous era.
While patronising the “Enjaz” Festival, organised by Enjaz Events and Public
Relations at the Moda Mall until December 17, as part of the kingdom’s
celebrations of its National Days, the minister expressed admiration for the
festival’s high‑quality cultural, artistic and literary events aimed at
strengthening the national identity.
Al‑Romaihi praised the idea of the festival which, he said, embodies the
partnership between the public and private sectors in fostering belonging to
the nation and in promoting good citizenship.
The minister praised, in particular, the photo gallery and paintings of Bahraini
leaders, the inauguration of the poetry book, entitled “Letters of Love” by poet
and Radio Bahrain Director, Yunes Al‑Salman, as well as the national poetry
evening, in which a number of Bahraini poets are participating, and the
Bahraini Arda shows.
Al‑Romaihi said that the Information Affairs Ministry is keen on highlighting
the kingdom’s celebrations of its glorious National Days in partnership with
public and private sides for the sake of highlighting cohesion between the
leadership and all segments of Bahraini society within a framework of
allegiance to the nation, and pride in its cultural and Arab identity, and in its
comprehensive and sustainable development achievements, under the Royal
Reform Project spearheaded by HM the King, and thanks to the support of