Prime Minister to enforce new media program


Prime Minister Ch.Saikhanbileg participated in “Civil Rights to Know”, a meeting with 100 journalists, which was held at the Citizens’ Hall of the State House last Friday.
The Prime Minister announced the approval of a program to increase information access for people in the provinces, gathering radio, television and newspaper journalists from 21 provinces, board directors of the sub-council of the Confederation of Mongolian Journalists, and staff from media and public relations departments of provincial governor’s offices. He also expressed his interest in cooperating with journalists on the implementation of this program.
Mongolian press and media organizations will also be cooperating on providing technical opportunities for broadcasting Ulaanbaatar radio and television channels in provinces, broadcasting some provincial radio and television channels in Ulaanbaatar, providing legal and technical skills for nationwide sharing of breaking news from provinces, transferring the postal operations of soums to soum administration under the control of locals, as well as intensifying postal delivery services.
During the meeting, Prime Minister Ch.Saikhanbileg stated that he would support the operations of provincial press and media organizations and staff to ensure transparency and public disclosure.

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