DPRK's senior offcial meets Chinese delegation of radio, film, television

17:45, July 01, 2010      

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A senior official of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) vowed to enhance cooperation with China in radio, film and television when he met a Chinese delegation here Thursday.

Meeting the delegation of China's State Administration of Radio Film and Television (SARFT) led by its vice director Tian Jin, Yang Hyong Sop, vice-president of the DPRK's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA), said the two countries have cooperated for many years in the fields of radio, film and television.

The visit of SARFT will promote bilateral communication and cooperation, and strengthen friendship between the two countries, he added.

Yang also offered his congratulations on the success of Shanghai Expo, adding that the Expo demonstrates China's achievements and national strength.

Tian Jin reviewed the exchanges and cooperation between the departments of radio, film and television of the two countries in the past.

He said bilateral cooperation had contributed a great deal to the development of relations between the two countries and the friendship between the two peoples.

The delegation arrived in Pyongyang on Monday for a five-day visit.



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