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Prasar Bharati inks MoU with Radio & Television of Slovenia

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Prasar Bharati inks MoU with Radio & Television of Slovenia

India’s public broadcaster Prasar Bharati and Radio-Television of Slovenia (RTV-SLO) have signed an MoU to develop and strengthen mutual relations through an increased cooperation in the field of broadcasting. The agreement allows exploring further opportunities in potential projects of programme production. The MoU also entails exchange of programmes in the fields of culture, education, entertainment, sports and news.

Speaking on the occasion, Jawhar Sircar, CEO, Prasar Bharati said, “The MoU will help in developing relations between the two countries.”

Karl Viktor Erjavec, Deputy Prime Minister of Slovenia added here, “The agreement will strengthen people to people contact between the two countries and also promote better understanding.”

The agreement was signed by Suzana Vidas Karoli, Head of International Department of RTV SLO and Member Personnel of Prasar Bharati, VAM Hussain.

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