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Bureau Chief: China Radio Promotes Friendship With Iran

Bureau Chief: China Radio Promotes Friendship With Iran
Bureau Chief: China Radio Promotes Friendship With Iran

The chief correspondent of China Radio International says CRI has increased the number of its Farsi programs, such as The Silk Road, in order to promote and strengthen economic, political and cultural ties with Iran.

Speaking in fluent Farsi to an audience of reporters and media students on the sidelines of the 21st International Press Exhibition in Tehran, Jianyun Li said CRI promotes bilateral ties with Iran by producing various programs in cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting.

“CRI has the most comprehensive foreign service in Asia, broadcast via the internet and numerous satellites; and its audio-visual programs are rebroadcast by many local FM and AM radio stations to an audience of 50 million worldwide,” he added.

According to the chief correspondent of CRI Bureau in Tehran, CRI adopts the Chinese government’s stance on international relations and "endeavors to promote favorable relations between China and the world".

China Radio International is state-owned international radio broadcaster, currently headquartered in Babaoshan, a subdistrict of Beijing. Formerly Radio Beijing, and originally Radio Peking, it was founded in 1941. It began broadcasting in Farsi in 1957.


Nov 12, 2015 12:08
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