Jordan's Ministry of Information recently inaugurated the Ministry's second Press Office in the Kingdom at the Sheraton Amman Al Nabil Hotel and Towers.
The Press Office, which will be managed and supervised by the Ministry of Information, will dedicate its services to the international media and press.
The Press Office will offer news agencies, visiting journalists and foreign correspondents temporary permits for photography and access to all areas of the Kingdom except for military sites.
"Latest developments in communication technology have contributed to the global village we live in nowadays. The instant diffusion of news is no longer an option; it is a way of life. We're proud to be partners with the Ministry of Information in delivering this service.
As a leader in the hospitality business in Amman, we are now able to stretch to new horizons and deliver the best of two trades," said Jan Kirstein, Sheraton Amman Al Nabil Hotel and Towers general manager.
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