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NOVOSIBIRSK, December 17. /ITAR-TASS/. Itar-Tass news agency has unveiled its Siberian information center in Novosibirsk, the second such structure within the agency’s new network of regional operations.
The modern building on the Ob River embankment accommodates the Itar-Tass Siberia team with a multimedia news center and a congress hall.
“We have opened a new news center in the dynamically developing region, where many interesting events worth to be broadcast across the country happen,” Itar-Tass Director General Sergei Mikhailov said.
In September, the Urals information center was unveiled in Yekaterinburg. Similar centers will be opened or modernized in Rostov, Khabarovsk and other cities in response to the call of the times.
“Today we have opened the biggest news center in Siberia and the Far East. It will help spread unbiased information,” Novosibirsk region governor Vasily Yurchenko said.
Novosibirsk is Russia’s third biggest city, where 1.5 million people live in. There are 2.7 million residents in the Novosibirsk region.