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Bahrain Radio’s talk show, “the Diplomatic Dialogue” will devote a series of episodes to a number of Bahraini female diplomats, who will shed light on their diplomatic careers and achievements at the regional and international levels.

The programme will host the Foreign Ministry’s Director of Communication, Dr. Arwa Hassan Al-Sayed Ali Ibrahim, and Undersecretary, Rana bint Isa binDuaij Al Khalifa, on Tuesday, November 24, and Thursday, November 26, respectively.

It will also host the Director of Afro-Asian Affairs at the Foreign Ministry, Muna Abbas Mahmood Radhi, on Sunday, November 29, and Shaikha Haya bint Rashid Al Khalifa, the first Arab woman to serve as President of the UN General Assembly, on Tuesday, December 1.

The Youth Radio will present, on December 1, a special programme on youth diplomatic leaders in which the Human Rights Directorate’s Advisor, Budoor Salah Abdulaziz Ahmed, the Head of the Information Systems Development Department at the Foreign Ministry’s Information Systems, Rana Mohammed Hassan Ali, and Head of the Digital Diplomacy at the same ministry’s Communication Directorate, Eman Ali Al Bu-Rasheed.

Executive Director of Mohammed Bin Mubarak Al Khalifa Academy for Diplomatic Studies, Dr. Shaikha Muneera Khalifa Al Khalifa, Director of Organisations at the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Fatima Abdulla Fares Aldhaen, and the first Bahraini female Ambassador to the US, Houda Nonoo, will be the guests of the programmes during the episodes of December 3, 6 and 8, respectively.

Aired on Bahrain Radio 102.3 FM, the programme documents the march and achievements of the Bahraini diplomacy which celebrated its Golden Jubilee last year.

It is prepared and presented by a Bahrain Radio team, including Sabeeka Al-Shihhy, Wafa Khalifa and Rashid Sanad, in cooperation with the Foreign Affairs Ministry.

The eight episodes are devoted to Bahraini female diplomats marking the kingdom’s celebration of the Bahraini Women’s Day 2020, themed “Women in the Diplomatic Field”.