Much planning goes into the preparation of a state visit, from the seating plan at the state dinner to the colour of the flower arrangements. However, a common Twitter strategy does not seem to be part of it, judging from […]
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By Alexandr Roitman @AlexandrRoitman, Spokesperson, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, Moldova @Diplomacy_RM As a worldwide tendency, Facebook becomes more and more popular in the Republic of Moldova, therefore we are intensifying our range of activities to reach the […]
By Kow Abaka Essuman, Esq. @KAEssuman, Counsel and Social Media Manager for the President of the Republic of Ghana @NAkufoAddo In 2019, there is absolutely no doubt that social media, and in particular, Facebook, is a necessary tool in governance […]
By Renée Bäni @ReneeBani, Head of social media center of competences, Presence Switzerland, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs Switzerland @SwissMFA With more than a hundred pages, Facebook is the most used social media for the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, […]
By Rasmus Eljanskog @Eljanskog, Press Officer, Ministry for Foreign Affairs Sweden @SweMFA “How do we get more likes on our Facebook posts?” If I had a krona for every time I’d been asked that question by our foreign missions, the […]