Kowloon, Hong Kong S.A.R., June 28, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Belt and Road News Network (BRN), an emerging international media organisation which is the world’s first and only news network dedicated to China’s massive Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) (also known as Silk Road Initiative) offering news, views and analysis on BRI and it’s 150-member countries, announced yesterday of considering Middle East for their new headquarters that will create 3,500 jobs in the region.
“Our mission is to be completely unbiased. We’re loyal to neither nations nor its leaders but only to truth. With responsive reporting and their analysis, ascertaining the truth from every angle and source. While fake news continues to be checked and blocked, there are still countless assertions that go unchecked. We endure to fill in the gap. We are committed to being fully transparent with how we report our stories. BRN is prone to be the leader in providing dedicated news, views and analyst on BRI; we are an organization to be recognised globally for its authority, integrity and accuracy,” said Dawood Khan, BRN Chairman.
“The total investment for the project will reach $500m to be financed partly by debt and shareholder’s equity. Allowing us to tap into lucrative and opportunistic investment in this spectrum of media, positioning us to achieve its full potential."
“We are currently studying Middle East in general and Qatar in particular for its policies towards media networks and their support in this sector. If found favourable, we can consider setting up our headquarters in Doha, as Qatar was amongst the first ones to support BRI and signed several agreements and MoUs that supported the initiative,” Khan said.
BRN will disseminate its news through various spectrums including wire services, 24-hours English language news and documentary television channel, independent Arabic and French news channels, 24-hour English language radio, a multilingual digital newspaper and magazine in English, French and Arabic providing comprehensive coverage of BRI and its projects accurately and in a timely manner. Over 152 countries and international organisations have joined the initiative, which has already witnessed investments of over $1.6 trillion.