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inform (one) of (something)

To share information about something with one. Have you informed Phil of the time change for Saturday's dinner? Don't worry, I'll inform the investors of your illness, and we'll reschedule the meeting.
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inform someone of something

to tell someone a fact. Please inform Sally of my decision. Sally has been informed of your decision.
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"Due to the changes in the working schedule of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, we inform of the postponement of his working visit to Turkey in order to participate in the seventh session of the Joint Strategic Planning Group headed by the foreign ministers of both countries, from March 12 to March 18 in accordance with the Turkish side," the ministry informed.