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Without mentioning their names, Erdoy-an was referring to a meeting he held with representatives of the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and the International Press Institute (IPI), who paid a visit to Turkey in early October.
He was also the member International Press Institute, Member National Geographical Society, Washington (USA), Chairman Press Institute of Pakistan (PIP), former Secretary General Markizia Majlis-e-Iqbal, Chairman Aiwan-e-Iqbal Authority, President All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS), President Council of Pakistan Newspapers Editors (CPNE), Chairman Nazria-e-Pakistan Foundation and the Trustee Karkunan-e-Pakistan Trust.
He will continue on to Cape Town where he will participate in a panel discussion at the International Press Institute World Congress.
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), has expressed concern over pressure on journalists in Bulgaria, including a number of recent attacks.
The move took place just two weeks after the International Press Institute held its annual World Congress in Amman.
Amman, May 20 (Petra)--Deputizing for His Majesty the King, Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour opened the International Press Institute World Congress and 62nd General Assembly in the presence of Her Royal Highness Pricness Rym Ali, Founder of the Jordan Media Institute, Minister of Media Affairs and Communications and Minister of Political Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs Mohammad Momani and other officials.
The Yemen Times also received the Freedom of the Press Award in 1995 from the National Press Club, the Middle East Publishing Conference Lifetime Achievement award in 2006, the Free Media Pioneer Award from the International Press Institute in 2006, the Gebran Tueni Award in 2006 from the World Association of Newspapers and an honor from the Yemeni Journalist Syndicate in 2012.
Conference guest Stephen Ellis, Programme Director of the International Press Institute, warned that Germany has special responsibilities to developing nations given that it is widely considered as a leader on fundamental rights.