HH Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi Welcomes International, Regional Participants
Free Public Lecture at The University of Sydney by The Hon Gebran Bassil, Minister of Foreign Affairs & Emigrants
Kuwait urges approving Arab media strategy to establish tolerance, moderation
Abdullah bin Zayed inaugurates UAE Consulate in Sao Paulo
KRCS made outstanding achievements in '16 - Al-Sayer
Journalist Kelvin O'Shea Stresses Importance of Ethical, Balanced Reporting to Contemporary Journalism
KRCS distributed more than 3,000 food parcels in Mosul
A new Muscat is emerging
Kuwait 39th happiest country in the world
Sharjah Ruler to Inaugurate Sixth Edition of International Government Communication Forum
Celebrating our cultural diversity on Harmony Day
Joe Khattar awarded an honorary shield by the Parramatta city council

Joe Khattar awarded an honorary shield by the Parramatta city council

(Translation of this article appears in Arabic section)

The Parramatta city council holds a celebration by raising  the Lebanese flag next to the Australian flag in occasion of the seventieth anniversary of Independence.

The celebration included a variety of activities in addition to the distribution of shields on a number of successful figures including Joe Khattar the head of the Australian Lebanese Chamber of Commerce for his company "Dyldam".

The ceremony was attended by members of the Municipal Council, Deputy Mayor Paul Gerrard and Steve Issa , Miss expatriates Laila Yarak , Anwar  Harb  and  James Wakim  as well as businessmen and journalists .

During the ceremony, speeches were made to reflect the meaning of independence, sovereignty and freedom.

The deputy Mayor  Paul Gerard gave a speech in which he expressed his gratitude to all attendees. Joe Wakim spoke about his new book.

The Management and staff of "Middle East Times International" congratulates Joe Khattar for receiving the honorary shield , wishing him continued progress and success.


MP Julie Owens and Miss Laila Yarak with Mr Joe Khattar


Copyright 2007 mideast-times.com