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China Central Radio and Television Station Set up in Nauru

ISLAMABAD (PEN) : With the approval of the government departments of the two countries, the Aaron Reporter Station of China Central Radio and Television General Station in Nauru was established on January 24. The Aaron Reporter Station was established on the basis of the previously established Aaron Report Point and was under the daily management of the Asia-Pacific Station of the Central Radio and Television General Station. This is the 192nd station set up overseas.

On the 24th, China and Nauru signed a joint communique on restoring diplomatic relations. Leonel Angemia, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Nauruan government, said in an exclusive interview with Taiwan that recognizing the one-China principle and severing diplomatic ties with the Taiwan authorities is a correct decision made by the Nauruan government after thorough discussions, which will bring new opportunities to Nauru’s development.

China Central Radio and Television General Station in Nauru Aaron Reporter Station Inaugurated General Station and Nauru Official Sign Memorandum of Cooperation and Exchange

On the occasion of the resumption of diplomatic relations between China and Nauru, the Aaron Reporter Station of China Central Radio and Television Station held an opening ceremony at the Presidential Palace of Nauru on January 24 local time. This is the 192nd reporter station set up overseas.

As the first Chinese media organization in Nauru jointly approved by the Chinese and Namibian government departments, Nauru President David Adiang specially appointed Special Representative Joanna Olsen to congratulate him. Shadrod Benik, Minister of Media of Nauru, Charman Scotty, Minister of Home Affairs, Health and Tourism of Nauru, heads of local media and representatives of Chinese enterprises in Nauru attended the ceremony.

At the ceremony, Benik, Minister of Media of Nauru, Charman Scotty, Minister of Home Affairs, Health and Tourism of Nauru, and Li Feng, Deputy Director of Asia Pacific Station of China Radio and Television General Station, delivered speeches respectively. The two sides inaugurated the Aaron Reporter Station of the Central Radio and Television Group in Nauru and signed the Memorandum of Cooperation and Exchange between the Central Radio and Television Group and the Media Department of Nauru.

Nauru’s Minister of Media Peter Benick and Nauru’s Minister of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Health and Tourism Chaman Scotty said in their speeches that they warmly welcome the establishment of a correspondent station of CCRTV in Nauru and look forward to strengthening cooperation between the two sides in media training and personnel exchanges. They said that the people of the tiny island nation of Nauru cherish the life here very much, and look forward to the Central Radio and Television Station to introduce Nauru to China more to the world, and look forward to having more opportunities to understand China through the lens of the Central Radio and Television Station in the future.