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Rupavahini Corp. DG to keynote BOAO Asian Heads of Media Organizations forum in China


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Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation Director General Saranga Wijeyarathne has been invited to deliver a keynote speech at the session for the Heads of Media Organizations in the Asian region at the BOAO forum 2019 on Asian Economies and Emerging Markets, which began on 26 March in Hainan province, China, with the participation of representatives from more than 50 countries. 

Saranga Wijeyarathne



Wijeyarathne will deliver the keynote address titled “The Mission and Responsibility of the Field of Mass Media For The Development In The Asian Region” on 29 March.

This year’s key note address of BOAO forum 2019, dedicated on reaching common agreements to achieve development goals and economic integration in the region, was delivered by Prime Minister of China, Li Keqiang. 

Heads of states including the Prime Minister of South Korea, ministers, heads of global organisations, leading entrepreneurs in the private sector, international media and more than 200 representatives will take part in this year’s forum. 

Wijeyarathne has delivered keynote addresses in many other local and international conferences including international media summit in Germany, Middle East press summit in Dubai, Asian press and broadcasting summit in India and international media publishers and broadcasters convention organised by Global Press Council In Netherlands.


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