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IA Sputnik multimedia press-center opened in Tallinn

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IA Sputnik multimedia press-center opened in Tallinn


19.12.2017

© IA SeverPost.ru New multimedia press-center IA Sputnik is opened in Tallinn. The first guest of the innovational panel is the head of Russian Embassy in Estonia Alexander Petrov, RIA Novosti reports.

According to the diplomat, a splendid technological level of the ground provides an opportunity to organize here the events of different profiles.

Director of IA Sputnik Estonia Elena Cherysheva agreed with him. Modern equipment and the newest technologies enable using various formats such as direct television broadcasts and video conferences with world capitals. She expressed assuredness that the press-center will turn into the panel for exchanging opinions and discussions overcoming distances in thousands of kilometers.
Technical opportunities of the press-center were demonstrated by videoconference between Russian and Estonian capitals. Margarita Simonyan heading the mass media invited all journalists working in the country to discuss any topics. She has assured that the doors of the new center will be opened for everyone.

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