The International Media Network TV BRICS has started cooperation with the Chinese multimedia information platform China.com. The parties will actively work together to promote the constructive, positive agenda of China, the Russian Federation and other BRICS countries in the global information space.
"I can't help but notice, that TV BRICS and Beijing-based Huawang Zhixun Information Company have already had a productive experience of cooperation within the BRICS Global Media Tour project held in Moscow this summer, which was attended by Zhang Tianxiang, CEO of the Chinese company. We aim to further develop cooperation between TV BRICS and China.com in promoting the constructive and positive agenda of China, Russia and other BRICS countries in the global media space. China.com today produces high-quality information content that will undoubtedly find its readers in the "five" countries, while TV BRICS will share with the audience of the Chinese platform unique news on the humanitarian agenda of the BRICS countries"
Janna Tolstikova CEO of TV BRICS
For his part, Zhang Tianxiang, CEO of China.com, said that cultural cooperation will have a great impact on building a harmonious world.
"Cultural cooperation to strengthen international cultural exchanges is very important for building a global cultural agenda and the common development of cultural diversity. Let's work together to achieve the main goal of building a harmonious world"
Zhang Tianxiang CEO of China.com
China.com is China's multimedia information platform of websites and applications. China.com has an audience of 300 million people worldwide. The portal produces content in 24 languages. The daily number of visitors to the site is about 40 million people.
"A high level of cooperation is maintained with Latin American countries in the humanitarian sphere. The number of countries with which we have established a visa-free regime is steadily growing - currently it covers 27 Latin American states. This opens up more and more opportunities for business, scientific and cultural exchanges, as well as increasing counter tourist flows"