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Fifth Arab Publishers` Association conference to December 15 and 16 Postponed to December 15 and 16

by | Dec 7, 2020 | News

The Arab Publishers` Association announced that its fifth virtual conference (Challenges Against Creating Content) has been postponed to December 15 and 16, due to urgent technical reasons.

The association indicated in a press statement that the conference, which was scheduled to be held hypothetically on the first and second of December 2020, was postponed without changing the conference program.

It is noteworthy that the conference is held via electronic media in cooperation with the Arab League for Education, Culture and Science (ALSCO), and has the interest of many publishing houses, Arab institutions, Arab exhibitions, authors and publishing industry workers, and is attended by personalities from Arab and foreign countries.

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