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MOSCOW, August 28. /TASS/. Russian and Chinese media should promote cooperation between the two countries, Chinese Ambassador to Russia Li Hui said on Friday.
Media "of the two countries should plan the future from a strategic viewpoint, promote cooperation enrichment," the diplomat said in an interview with Russia’s leading media.
Also, the Russian and Chinese mass media should "in a variety of formats promote dialogue and exchange of news products, promote the exchange of experts, share technological achievements, conduct joint interviews, jointly prepare and disseminate materials," he said.
The Chinese ambassador said that the Sino-Russian media forum that was held in St. Petersburg this June "has laid a good foundation for the Chinese-Russian media exchange events within the next two years."
"Strengthening media exchanges and cooperation between the two countries is extremely necessary and important, it is a significant part of Sino-Russian humanitarian cooperation," Li Hui said.
The Chinese ambassador said that Chinese and Russian media can jointly give "their interpretation of major world events and important regional problems," which will allow them to "break the West’s permanent monopoly on decision making in international affairs.".