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press secretary

n.
One who officially manages the public affairs and press conferences of a public figure.
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NNA - The Press Office of the President of the Council of Ministers Saad Hariri issued the following:
visa - Courtesy of Wikipedia CAIRO -- 20 March 2019: The Ministry of Finance denied imposing fees on the new digital bill system, explaining that the system aims at adjusting the rates of bills without burdening citizens, according to the PM's press office. "News about imposing extra fees on citizens to apply the new digital bill system is fabricated and has nothing to do with reality.
The first direction-finding system designed to trace radio interference and thus provide for the stable operation of radio-electronic equipment has undergone trials in field conditions, the press office of Russia's RTI hi-tech firm told on Monday, Trend reports referring toTASS.
The US guided-missile destroyer Donald Cook began its transit of the Dardanelles Strait en route to the Black Sea, the press office of the US 6th Fleet reported on Tuesday.
Pope Francis appointed Alessandro Gisotti, an Italian who had been serving as the head of social media for the communications dicastery, as new interim director of the press office.
Gombojav Zandanshatar, head of the Mongolian cabinet secretariat, has asked social media giant Facebook to close fake accounts which disturb public order by spreading disinformation, the government's press office said Wednesday.
A federal appeals court will make a final ruling next week on Lula's corruption conviction, a decision that could see the popular politician ordered to prison shortly afterwards, the court's press office said yesterday.
HIGH.END furniture brand Heal's has appointed Jewellery Quarter PR firm Rewired to run its national press office.
Summary: Prime Minister Saad Hariri discussed bilateral relations with Norwegian ambassador Leen Lind Friday according to a statement from Hariri's press office.
The Czech Republic has thrown its support behind Bulgaria's accession to the Schengen area, its Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka has said, according to the press office of his Bulgarian counterpart Rosen Plevneliev.
A spokeswoman in the press office, the main point of contact for journalists, said the force do not give vouchers to any victim of crime.