Tunisian media eyes deepening of cooperation with Xinhua

Speaker of House of People’s Representatives Mohamed Ennaceur met Tuesday with He Ping, editor-in-chief of China’s Xinhua News Agency and both agreed to boost bilateral cooperation including media.

Ennaceur told He Ping that Tunisia attaches great importance to developing its friendly ties with China and hopes to enhance the bilateral cooperation in all fields.

Ennaceur underscored the importance of deepening the cooperation between Tunisian and Chinese media outlets in promoting the davelopment of the Tunisian-Chinese relations.

He Ping said that Xinhua is willing to expand communication and deepen cooperation with its Tunisian counterparts to promote mutual understanding between the two peoples.

He Ping said that news reports are helping the public to understand the Belt and Road Initiative, a global development initiative launched by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013.

Invited by Tunis Afrique Presse (TAP) Agency for the visit, He Ping signed the memorandum of understanding on National Album Project with TAP’s President Lotfi Arfaoui.

Accompanied by Chinese ambassador to Tunisia, Bian Yanhua, He Ping also met with Mehdi Ben Gharbia, Tunisia’s minister in charge of the relations with the constitutional authority, civil society and human rights.

He Ping also visited other media outlets including La Presse newspaper.


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