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Moscow suggests post-Soviet space creation of a common news channel
12:06 10.07.2012
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During his visit in Baku, the Russian State Duma Speaker Sergey Naryshkin said it would be good to create a common news channel, an analogue of Euronews in the post-Soviet territory.

He expressed his suggestion during a meeting with the students of the Slavonic University of Baku.   Naryshkin also came out for Azerbijan's admission to the future information dimension of the Eurasian Union and said that the informational center will work not only on Eurasian three – Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. 

“I think the first step should be creation of a common news channel analogue to Euronews” – Naryshkin said. 

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