China’s state radio launches Estonian website

China’s state-owned radio station China Radio International (CRI) launched on Monday Estonian and Lithuanian websites.
The new websites, and, will offer a huge amount of video, radio programmes, photos and information that mainly focus on Chinese business, culture and travel, the news agency Xinhua said.
CRI currently has websites in 61 languages and 18 online radio stations.
“The State Council Information Office and embassies of related countries in Beijing sent congratulations on the launching of the new websites, praising CRI’s efforts and achievements in promoting mutual understanding between the Chinese people and their counterparts in Estonia and Lithuania, while building up channels for international exchanges and exploring cooperation between Chinese and foreign media outlets,” CRI said on the newly-opened website.

Source: Estonian Review