Pakistan, China Decide To Strengthen Cooperation Between Mainstream Media


Pakistan, China decide to strengthen cooperation between mainstream media

Both sides decide to highlight China Pakistan Economic Corridor related projects through PTV, Radio Pakistan and APP.

ISLAMABAD: (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News-Oct 21st, 2023) Pakistan and China have decided to strengthen cooperation between their mainstream media.

This came at a meeting between Minister for Information and Broadcasting Murtaza Solangi and a Chinese media delegation led by China's Political Counsellor Miss Bao Zhong.

It was decided to highlight China Pakistan Economic Corridor related projects through PTV, Radio Pakistan and APP.

It was agreed to further strengthen practical cooperation in joint reporting and exchange of media delegations.

In his remarks, the Information Minister said Pakistan values Chinese President Xi Jinping's Belt and Road initiative. He said BRI is a manifestation of bringing peace and prosperity through economic development.

Murtaza Solangi stressed the important role of media in creating public awareness about the centrality of CPEC and ironclad friendship between the two countries.

The Information Minister said Pakistan will strengthen ties and cooperation in various fields with China in the new phase of high-quality development of CPEC.

He expressed Pakistan's desire to benefit from Chinese development experience. He said we will benefit from China's successes in diverse fields including poverty alleviation, research and development, information technology and media.

The Chinese political counsellor said the CPEC will be made a corridor of love. She said her country will foster cooperation with Pakistan in IT, agriculture and industrial sector besides media.

The Federal Secretary Information and Broadcasting, Executive Director General EP Wing, Managing Director APP, Director General PBC and Director Current Affairs ptv were present in the meeting.

Abdullah Hussain

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