China and CEEC na­tions fo­cus on me­dia re­la­tions

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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.

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