Turkish, Russian news agencies sign cooperation deal

Agreement between Anadolu Agency and TASS covers exchange of news stories and photos

Turkish, Russian news agencies sign cooperation deal

World Bulletin / News Desk

 Turkey's Anadolu Agency and Russia's official TASS news agency have signed a cooperation deal in the Russian capital Moscow on Friday.

The agreement was signed by Anadolu Agency Chairman and Director-General Senol Kazanci and TASS Director-General Sergey Mihaylov at a ceremony at Kremlin Palace in presence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip and Russian President Vladimir Putin following their face to face meeting.  

The agreement covers exchange of news stories and photos.

It also aims to enable flow of fast and accurate news between the two news agencies as well as sharing of their experiences.

As part of the deal, TASS will be able to benefit from Anadolu Agency's War Journalism Program. 

Turkey's oldest news corporation Anadolu Agency broadcasts in eleven languages, including Turkish, English, French, Arabic, Persian, Kurdish (two dialects), Russian, Macedonian, Bosnian (three dialects) and Albanian, which enables it to reach millions of people around the world. 

AA covers the world with its correspondents in 81 countries. 

Güncelleme Tarihi: 11 Mart 2017, 08:54