Thursday, October 27, 2011

RTI, Saint Kitts and Nevis broadcasters sign memo

The China Post news staff--Radio Taiwan International (RTI), the national radio broadcaster of the Republic of China (R.O.C.), has signed a cooperation memorandum with its counterpart in Saint Kitts and Nevis for closer cooperation to better serve their audiences, 

RTI chairman Chang Jung-kung and Sam Terrence Condor, deputy prime minister and foreign minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis, inked the pact for RTI and ZIZ Radio.
ZIZ Radio, the national broadcasting corporation of St. Kitts and Nevis, has become the “Pulse of the Eastern Caribbean” since its establishment in 1961.
Among the cooperation activities, the two partners will step up interchanges of information and services to enable more international audiences to better understand the two countries.

Chang and Condor said the agreement is another highlight for the close cooperation between the R.O.C. and Saint Kitts and Nevis since the establishment of diplomatic relations 28 years ago.

Condor thanked the R.O.C. for providing his nation with assistance concerning technology, resources, and knowledge development for almost three decades.

He expects the ZIZ-RTI tie-up will further the relations for decades ahead.

RTI, established by the R.O.C. government in 1928, presently provides international broadcasting programs in 13 languages for audiences in all nations on major continents.
For more information, visit website for program schedules and major events.

(Source : The China Post via )

No comments:

Post a Comment