CRI launches China's first Estonian, Lithuanian websites

14:47, February 08, 2010      

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China Radio International(CRI), the only state international radio broadcaster,launched China's first Estonian and Lithuanian websites here on Monday.

China's State Council Information Office and related foreign embassies in China sent letters to CRI, congratulating it on the launch of the websites and speaking highly of its efforts and achievements in promoting the China-Estonia and China-Lithuania understanding and exchanges and boosting the cooperation between China's media and the media of other countries.

Both the Estonian website (http: // and the Lithuanian one (http: // will release information on China's business, culture and tourism in the form of texts, photos, audio and video webcasts.

The launch of the two websites has made CRI Online, a multi-language website of CRI, the web platform with the largest number of language services in the world.

CRI Online, officially set up in December, 1998, now offers 61 language services and 18 webcast stations and is an important window on China for world netizens.

Source: Xinhua
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