New Delhi( IP)-The head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) called the artistic and intelligent plan of the capabilities of Iran and India in the national media necessary to strengthen further and improve the level of relations between the two countries and announced the readiness of the IRIB to accelerate and help this process.

Iran PressAsia: According to the IRIB public relations Department, the Head of IRIB, Peyman Jebelli, on Monday evening, 28 November, during his trip to India to participate in The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) meeting, at Iran's embassy in New Delhi, met with the ambassador and staff of the Islamic Republic of Iran Embassy and said:" Introducing Iran's capabilities and market to economic, cultural and media activists of India and vice versa can lead to the promotion of bilateral economic, cultural and media relations."

He spoke about the determination of the national media to raise the demands of Iranian businessmen living in India as well as activists related to the Indian parties and added: "By producing and broadcasting various reports and programs on the demands of Iranian businessmen and the challenges in completing the economic plans of the two countries, we will follow up the issues until reaching the final result."

The head of IRIB went on to state that the formation of cyberspace and the development of social networks is a challenge facing official media in all countries, and said: "All over the world, the influence of news authority and media consumption of large television networks has declined and has turned to consumption of social networks and virtual space."

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He pointed to the continuous and extensive attacks on the national media and the recent sanctions imposed by Canada, the European Union, and the US Treasury Department against Press TV and the managers and journalists of this organization and added: "These attacks show the effectiveness and successful performance of IRIB "

Jebelli also said, referring to the embargo of the IRIB Chief: "The enemies know that if the IRIB works well, their plans will fail." Therefore, they fight against the influence of the national media in every possible way."

The head of IRIB also discussed the reasons for the delay in presenting the first account of some incidents of the past 70 days and said: If Broadcasting enters the field of information science on time, crises can be managed, and problems can be solved.

He added: "In the recent events, if the necessary power, facilities and information were provided to the radio and television in time, many of these crises would either not have occurred or would have been better managed."

In the end, the head of IRIB emphasized: It is necessary to consider guidelines for Media for the implementation of the government's Macroeconomic and cultural projects in order to minimize their various consequences.

In addition to attending the opening of the 59th session of the ABU General Assembly, the head of the IRIB (Iran's national Media) is also going to talk with the heads of radio and television networks of several countries during meetings.

The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union, formed in 1964, is a non-profit, professional association of broadcasting organizations. It currently.

has over 287 members in 57 countries and regions, reaching a potential audience of about 3 billion people.


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