GTI- Director and thinker, Global Thinkers Institue (GTI), Muhammad Ma'ruf, Ph.D and Dede, thinker and expert in international environmental law (GTI) visited and discussion to the Sputnik news agency, Moscow, march 4, 2024. Together with the staff of the Indonesian Embassy in Moscow, Andri Haekal Karnadibrata, the information, education and culture section.

Received by, Leonid Kovachich, Asia Division Head, Sputnik. Asya Samoilova, Head of Media Relations and Information Support, Sputnik.

Muhammad Ma'ruf explained the importance of narrative education and fair and objective news from various international media. International media, such as Sputnik, can contribute to providing a unique perspective on how the Russian Federation views and behaves towards events around the world. Every country has the right to speak and form opinions based on its own media philosophy. Responsible for world security and order through the media.

As in the preamble to the Indonesian constitution, "independence" is the right of all nations, including freedom of speech, and responsibility for world security and order. Media contributes greatly to eliminating colonialism (media hegemony) in the world.

Leonid explains globally, profile of Sputnik and several branches around the world. The character and mission of Sputnik's international media and several collaborations that have been established in various countries. Leonid hopes, Sputnik will become an alternative media that can balance western media news so that there is news balance. Meanwhile, Asya hopes that cooperation can be carried out from various groups without obstacles.

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