Djibouti, China Sign Agreement On Media Cooperation

Djibouti — Djibouti and China have signed an agreement in the media domain to enable the Djibouti Radio and Television and their personnel to benefit from the advanced technical expertise of Chinese radio and television stations, local reports say.

The partnership will involve Radio China International (CRI) and the China Central Television (CCTV).

The agreement was signed on Saturday by Djibouti's Culture and Communication Minister Abdi Houssein Ahmed during a visit to China with the Chinese department of radio, television and film industry.

The signing of the agreement came when a forum was held in Beijing on developing partnership between China and Africa, especially in the media sector.

Training programs for Djibouti media personalities were also included in the partnership agreement.

- Xinhua

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