Portuguese-speaking journalists in Belt and Road confab  

Representatives of the news media in five of the Portuguese-speaking Countries attended a forum on the role of co-operation among the media in the Chinese government Belt and Road initiative, the People’s Daily reports.

The Chinese Communist Party newspaper says it was a co-organiser of the 2017 Media Co-operation Forum on Belt and Road, held in the northwestern Chinese city of Dunhuang.

The report says nearly 300 representatives of news media attended, including journalists from Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Mozambique and Portugal.

Various Portuguese-speaking journalists that attended the event consider co-operation among news media important for obtaining accurate information, the People’s Daily says.