MINTRANS drinks a coffee with the JournalistsAristóteles Jose
The Ministry of Transport believes that there must be a more fluid relationship with journalists, to provide them with information about the sector, in such a way that they report more accurately and assertively. Thus, it started a sharing space called ‘Café com Jornalistas’, within the actions of the 44 year anniversary program.
“Journalists are important partners, we believe, we will reflect on the need to have more meetings of this nature with them, with a quarterly or half-yearly frequency,” said the Minister, flanked by the Secretaries of State, who also spoke at the meeting.
During the meeting, journalists representing 20 media outlets received information on cross-cutting projects (from the air, sea and port, land and logistics subsectors) that aim to ensure greater mobility, following the ‘Memorandum on the Sector’s Guidelines for Action Transport ‘. (Source: MINTRANS)