International partnership for Italpress, agreement with Belga News Agency

PALERMO (ITALPRESS/MNA) – The Italpress news agency has entered into a partnership with Belga News Agency, a Belgian news agency based in Brussels. For Italpress this is a further step forward in the coverage of foreign information. After the presence in Valletta with MNA, Malta News Agency, the recent opening of a correspondent office in New York, the partnership with iina, Iraq International News Agency, the agency founded and directed by Gaspare Borsellino has therefore concluded another agreement which will allow it to have more widespread journalistic coverage of the entire Euromed area. “We are very proud of this partnership with Belga News Agency. A non-random choice”, explained Borsellino, “which confirms the Euro-Mediterranean DNA of Italpress, born and raised in Palermo and present today in all the main Italian and foreign cities with collaborators, offices, in addition to the editorial offices and multimedia studios in Rome and Milan. A further step forward, a further stage, in the coverage of foreign information, after the birth of news programs dedicated to the Mediterranean in English and Arabic”.
“For Belga News Agency this partnership stands for a shared commitment to providing extraordinary news coverage across Europe. A collaboration that marks a new chapter in our growth, enhancing our ability to bring diverse solutions and high-quality journalism to our public”, says CEO, Patrick Lacroix.
Belgian News Agency is a generalist news agency providing multimedia news, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from Belgium and abroad to Belgian media, public institutions, businesses and organisations. Italpress is a multimedia journalistic agency that produces hundreds of news items daily covering all the main information sectors, television formats, video services, podcasts, and offers tailor-made communication services for institutions, companies, associations, public and private organizations.

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Source: medNews