China and CEEC nations focus on media relations
news conferences were held in China, showing the government’s open, inclusive, confident and respectful attitude toward the media, he said.
Such representatives have to answer the public’s doubts and questions and inspire public unity, as well as explain domestic conditions to the globalized world, Jiang said. They have played a vital role in global governance as punctual information disclosures and responses to overseas concerns have boosted opening-up and winwin cooperation, he said.
In May, China hosted the first Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, attracting more than 4,400 journalists from 830 media organizations, the minister said. China’s spokesmen and spokeswomen contributed to the forum’s success, as did their counterparts in each foreign delegation, he added.
Song Shuli, spokeswoman of the Health and Family Planning Commission, said the government needs to disclose information in a transparent manner, and those charged with that job have encountered similar challenges in each of the countries. “The dialogue widens our perspectives and we can learn some effective solutions to problems,” she said.
Glevin Dervishi, spokesman of Albanian Foreign Ministry, said there is a huge space to exchange views on preparing news releases. “We can share with each other. This dialogue is really helpful,” he added.
Roman Zamboch (right), director of the press office of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, speaks with other delegates at the China-CEEC Spokespersons Dialogue in Beijing on Monday.