By Anna A. Naghdalyan, Spokesperson (@Naghdalyan), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia (@MFAofArmenia) The digital domain, namely social media, seems to be the tool that emerged to suit the needs of countries like Armenia, which, being constrained by small territory, […]
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By Sergey Nalobin @SNalobin, Deputy Director Information and Press Department, Russian Foreign Ministry @MFA_Russia At the Information and Press Department, our priority is to provide the audience with the most up-to-date official foreign policy coverage accompanied by rich media content. […]
By Charmaine Bonnici, Department of Information, Malta @DOIMalta The Department of Information (Malta) ethos is to provide the public with up-to-date, comprehensive and meaningful information on Government policies, services and activities as well as on matters of public interest. In […]
By Vladimír Stanko, Press Department, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic @SlovakiaMFA Since the follower base of the Slovak MFA (@mzv.sk) Facebook account is quite small (12,140 followers), our main focus is to increase our audience. […]
By Paul Frank @FrankPaul, Online & social media strategist, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs @DutchMFA Of all the tools that the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has at its disposal for maintaining contact, communicating, networking and providing services, Facebook plays […]