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Delegation from Arab Countries Visits CCTV

07-08-2010 14:44 BJT

On June 4, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of CCTV Yuan Zhengming met with the broadcasting delegation,composed of over 20 reporters, editors and hosts from Syria, Iraq, Egypt and other Arab countries. from Arab countries. Yuan Zhengming indicated that CCTV attached great importance to cooperation with the Arab counterparts. He put forward many suggestions such as enhancing high-level visits and exchanges, conducting more practical cooperation in exchanging news and cooperating on the World Expo. The delegates also exchanged views with the director, host and editor of Arabic Channel, as well as the director of the International News Department and News Editing Department of International Channel on channel construction and news exchange.

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