Faisal Al Qanaei, Secretary-General of the Kuwaiti Journalists Association, said: "There is a permanent communication and coordination between the two associations, particularly in the meetings of the International Journalists Federation, and the Asian Federation for Sports Press.
What does IJF stand for?
IJF stands for International Journalists Federation
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- International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Sciences and Engineering (bi-monthly publication)
- International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (Seventh Sense Research Group)
- International Journal of Evolution Equations
- International Journal of Environment, Workplace and Employment
- International Journal of Environment and Waste Management
- International Journal of Exergy
- I Just Farted
- Injured Jockey Fund
- International Jazz Festival Prague (Prague, Czech Republic; annual jazz music festival)
- International Journal of Fatigue (Elsevier)
- International Judo Federation
- Iraqi Joint Forces
- Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (game)
- Indo-Japanese Friendship Association
- International Journal of Fatigue (material engineering)
- Invergordon Junior Football Club (UK)
- International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science
- Internationaal Jongeren Filmfestival Deventer (Dutch)
- International Journal of Fluid Dynamics (1997-2003)
- International Journal of Finance and Economics
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Summary: The public press's role in supporting Tunisia's democratic transition was the theme of a conference organised, on Thursday in Tunis, by the National Union of Tunisian Journalists (SNJT) jointly with the International Journalists Federation (IJF).
Yasin Aktay of Turkey, Nur Batur of daily Sabah, journalist Nikos Megrelis, a member of Greek International Journalists Federation, journalist Georgi Milkov of Bulgaria's 24 Chasa newspaer and Gabriele Bogdan, Editor in Chief of Romania's Nine O'Clock will deliver speeches of the first session.