Tehran Times, Afghan Voice Agency ink MoU – Tehran Times

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TEHRAN-Managing directors of Tehran Times International Daily and Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Wednesday in Tehran.

Mohammad Mahdi Rahmati, who is also the CEO of Mehr Media Group, inked the MoU with Hojjatoleslam Issa Hosseini Mazari, also the head of the Tebyan Center for Social-Cultural Activities, at the venue of Mehr news agency.

“The Tebyan Center started its work in Afghanistan in 1991, focusing on training journalists and the Voice of Afghan News Agency is one of its outputs. Since the early 1990s, this group has trained about 500 journalists, many of whom are active in various mediums in Afghanistan and the world,” Hosseini Mazari said.

Also speaking at the event, Rahmati said that Tehran is one of the oldest and leading English dailies in Iran, founded by Martyr Mohammad Beheshti in 1979 following the Islamic Revolution.

Rahamti underlined that according to the MoU, “we will help you and we expect you to help us in presenting the true image of Afghanistan. I hope we can exchange at least 15 news with your news agency during the week”.

The Afghan Voice Agency is currently active in Afghanistan as one of the important and influential news agencies, and all its news programs are directed through the central office in Kabul.


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