Bahrain Radio and Television to mark Egypt’s national day celebrations

The Bahrain Radio and Television will join brotherly Egypt in the celebrations of its national days, through a series of programme marking Egypt’s celebration of the 70th anniversary of the glorious July 23 Revolution, within the framework of the deep-rooted outstanding relations between Bahrain and Egypt.

On the occasion, Undersecretary of the Information Affairs Ministry, Dr. Abdulrahman Bahar, stated that upon directives of the Information Affairs Minister, Dr. Ramzan bin Abdulla Al-Nuaimi, the Bahrain Radio and Television had prepared a package of special direct shows, breaks and patriotic songs to celebrate the happy occasion for all Bahrainis and Egyptians, in light of the solid fraternal relations between the two countries’ leaderships and peoples.

The undersecretary asserted that the Bahrain Radio and Television’s coverage of the occasion is themed “The History of Two Civilisations”, reflecting the distinguished solid bilateral fraternal relations.

Within the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the July 23 glorious Revolution, the Bahrain TV has prepared a number of programmes, including reports, interviews and talk shows, in addition to telephone and video calls with a number of personalities to shed light on the Bahraini-Egyptian relations, under the leadership of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt, he said, adding that the Bahrain TV will also air the official celebrations, to be attended by President El-Sisi, as well as Egyptian patriotic and folk songs marking the occasion.

Bahrain Radio has also prepared a series of programmes and reports that highlight the long-standing Bahraini-Egyptian relations, in addition to documentary programmes and patriotic songs related to the glorious occasion, he added.

The Information Affairs Ministry’s Undersecretary said that the celebration of the national days of the Arab Republic of Egypt reflects the specific nature of relations between the two brotherly countries, as well as the distinguished status enjoyed by Egypt among Bahrainis.

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