Stimme der DDR (Voice of the GDR)
The Stimme der DDR (The Voice of the GDR) was an international broadcasting programme of the German Democratic Broadcasting Service which was controlled directly by the Council of Ministers of the GDR by the Staatliche Komitee für Rundfunk (State Committee for Radio Broadcasts). All installations were the property of the Deutsche Post (German Postal Service). In accordance with the policies, the Stimme der DDR "attempted to take into account the growing interest in the international fight for freedom and socialism and against the war and imperialism". The specification of the treaty of unification dissolved the existing broadcasting structured on 31/12/1991.