The TV BRICS International Media Network aims to increase the number of media partners in Latin American countries. TV BRICS recently signed a cooperation agreement with BRICSLat, a digital publication in Argentina.
"The signing of the memorandum with TV BRICS is a very important step for us, symbolising the deepening of our cooperation. BRICSLat covers the social, economic, tourism and cultural aspects of life in the BRICS countries and the new members of the alliance. In this sense, the editorial policies of BRICSLat and TV BRICS have many points of convergence. We believe that in the emerging multipolar world, communication is the key to establishing mutual understanding between peoples"
Jorge Lorenzo Director of BRICSLat.
According to Anastasia Shishkalova, International Projects Manager of TV BRICS, establishing ties with BRICSLat will be another way to popularise the BRICS+ agenda among more readers and viewers.
"Latin America is an important destination for us, especially as more and more countries in the region announce their intention to join the BRICS alliance. Cooperation with BRICSLat is an opportunity to bring the united agenda of BRICS+ countries to the Spanish-speaking audience in Latin America and contribute to the creation of a favourable ground for cooperation between countries in various areas"
Anastasia Shishkalova International Projects Manager of TV BRICS
In June this year, the TV BRICS International Media Network and the Argentinean publication
Ahora San Juan created a special news section about the BRICS countries in Spanish.
BRICSLat is Argentina's digital publication created in 2023. It is focused on covering the current agenda of the BRICS countries and Latin America. The main focus is social, economic, cultural and sports news. The aim is to build bridges between the peoples of the alliance and Latin American countries, to support cultural diversity and cooperation in various spheres.
"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"