South Korean President Receives Asia-Pacific News Agencies Representatives

Seoul, Moon Jae-in, President of South Korea received in Seoul today representatives of the Asia-Pacific News Agencies who are currently taking part in the 17th meeting of the Asia-Pacific News Agencies Conference.

Oman News Agency (ONA) is represented at the meeting by Dr. Mohammed bin Mubarak al-Araimi, ONA Director General, Editor-in-Chief.

The South Korean President exchanged views with representatives of news agencies on peace and prosperity in the region and ways to promote cooperation.

The two-day Asia-Pacific News Agency Conference, organized by South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency, kicked off today with the participation of 43 news agencies representing 35 countries from the Asia-Pacific Region.

The conference aims to expand news exchange and cooperation among the news agencies of the Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) and organizing workshops on changes in the media conditions and means of the 5G communication technology era, the issues of global news agencies and the challenges they face in light of the modern technology.

Source: Oman News Agency