An official announcement or statement, especially one made to the media: the country’s foreign ministry issued a communique
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- A number of media attended the media conference at the end of it, and a media communiqué was issued.
- He will not engage in direct dialogue, but will issue communiques, or press releases, said the movement's secretary general.
- It said that a spokesman was no longer needed, and the Commission would just issue direct communiques.
Mid 19th century: from French, past participle of communiquer 'communicate'.
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