The deal was penned at the headquarters of the Serbian organization by RTS General Director Dragan Bujošević and Cuban Ambassador in Belgrade Gustavo Trista del Todo, on behalf of the ICRT.
Exchange between the two TV stations is important because, despite the geographical distance, new technologies enable greater mutual understanding, Trista del Todo told local media.
He noted that the signing of the deal is taking place within the framework of the 120th anniversary of bilateral relations, characterized by their positive state.
RTS Deputy General Director Milivoje Mihajlovic explained that this is serious cooperation, which includes the exchange of news, pictures, as well as informational, serial and film programs.
Radio Television Serbia is the country’s public broadcaster that manages four radio stations, five television channels, including the international service and a multimedia web portal.
RTS grew out of Belgrade Radio and Television, an integral part of Radio and Television of Yugoslavia, In 1999 its headquarters was partially destroyed by bombings from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). As a result 16 workers were killed.
The NATO bombings of Yugoslavia, carried out unilaterally, killed more than 5,000 people among civilians.