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CTV presents its stand at Media in Belarus exhibition

The international exhibition Media in Belarus opened in Minsk on May 3, on the eve of a series of professional holidays of all journalists. President Alexander Lukashenko sent greetings to the participants and guests. The forum has more than 20-year history and, of course, traditions.

For example, master classes from popular leaders. Among foreign guests were colleagues from Russia, India, Georgia - all in all 12 countries, while China was declared a special guest.

This is the 21st edition of the exhibition. Information today has no boundaries. The event has a great public resonance. Demonstration of the capabilities of the national media indicates their potential, the President emphasized.

In total, there are more than a hundred mass media. TV channels held castings on the spot.

Oleg Stepaniuk, TV presenter, CTV Channel:
We are serious people, we are working on serious matters. There is a grain of irony here, too!

Natalia Mikhailik, TV presenter, CTV Channel:
It was interesting, unusual. I think, our TV channel will present a good mood and a lot of interesting information during the whole exhibition.

Security in the information space is one of the main topics of forum. Maxim Minchev, the head of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency, is a significant figure on the boundless media space. A journalist today must have a variety of professional qualities. Now the price of journalistic ethics has increased.

Maxim Minchev, General Director of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency:
Today, it is technologies (which must help us and improve our lives) that create false news and are a serious challenge that we must overcome.

Lilia Ananich, Minister of Information of the Republic of Belarus:
The law regulates journalistic profession, it is very responsible, it gives the journalist the right to receive and disseminate information.

Modern-day gadgets can't surprise anyone anymore. However, retro technologies, presented at the exhibition, do amaze (please watch the video for more details).

The Chinese delegation of journalists has also attended the exhibition.

Liu Yuin, director of the Confucius Institute for Science and Technology of BNTU:
Earlier they wrote only based on newspapers and the Internet, but now they saw with their own eyes how relations between China and Belarus develop.

The exhibition will last until May 6. The organizers prepared enough surprises for the visitors and participants.

CTV presents its stand at Media in Belarus exhibition