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Mozambican media delegation visits China to enhance cooperation

Updated: 2017-09-05 | By: China SCIO

A Mozambican media delegation visits China Radio International (CRI) on Sept. 4, 2017. [Photo/China SCIO]

A group of Mozambican media officials and leaders of top media outlets, led by Emília Jubileu Moiane, director of the Information Office of Mozambique, are visiting China from Sep. 3 to 9 to discuss enhanced media exchanges and agricultural cooperation between the two countries.

Invited by China's State Council Information Office, the delegation was scheduled to visit Beijing and Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, the nation's major grain producing area and commodity grain base.

Jiang Jianguo, minister of the State Council Information Office, met with the group in Beijing on Sep. 5. The delegation also exchanged views with their Chinese counterparts during visits to China Radio International (CRI), China Central Television (CCTV), China International Publishing Group (CIPG), and the Star Times Group during their stay in Beijing.

While in Harbin, the delegation will visit local agricultural enterprises and research institutions to gain a better understanding of the development of modern agricultural industry and innovations.

Moiane said the seven-day trip was a time of learning and experiencing. She expressed the wish to learn from Chinese mainstream media about their development experiences, as well as the advanced technologies they used in news reporting and information dissemination.

Other members of the delegation were: Faruco Sadique Ibraimo, president of Radio of Mozambique; Jaime Alfredo Cuambe, president of Television of Mozambique; Bernardo Gabriel Mavanga, president of Mozambique News Agency; João António Manasses, director of Information and Communication Department of the Information Office of Mozambique; Cecília Napido Gonçalves, director of Department of Research, Planning and Cooperation of the Information Office of Mozambique; Calisto Fernando, director of General Office of the Information Office of Mozambique.