Opening of II Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation

On Friday 26th April the II Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation opened in the city of Beijing. The President of the People’s Republic of China, H. E. Xi Jinping, gave the keynote speech entitled “Working Together to Deliver a Brighter Future For Belt and Road Cooperation”, highlighting that the joint construction of the two had provided fresh opportunities for the development of all countries in the world and had opened new horizons for the opening of China.

Faced with the future, we must adhere to the principle of common consultation, joint construction and joint enjoyment, insist on the concepts of opening, green development and moral integrity, make an effort to achieve the aims of high standards, the welfare of the people and sustainability, promoting constant progress in the joint construction of the Belt and Road in the direction of high quality development “, affirmed the President, H. E. Xi Jinping.

Furthermore, he affirmed that “Everything has its own rules for development. The joint construction of the Belt and Road that corresponds to the historical trend for economic globalisation, meets the requirements of the era of reforms to the system of global governance, and adapts to the future desires of all peoples to have a better life”.

Furthermore, the Chinese leader announced that new significant reform measures will be adopted in order to promote a high level opening. China will hugely extend the degree of access for foreign capital in the domestic market, international cooperation in the protection of intellectual property, the importing of goods and services, and more effective international coordination on macroeconomic policies, among other reform policies.

The General Secretary from the Equatorial Guinea Ministry for Industry and Energy, Jose Ramon Obama Sima, took part in the themed sub-forum on the promotion of an Economic and Trade Zone at the II Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

You May Also Like

Opening of II Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation

On Friday 26th April the II Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation opened in the city of Beijing. The President of the People’s Republic of China, H. E. Xi Jinping, gave the keynote speech entitled “Working Together to Deliver a Brighter Future For Belt and Road Cooperation”, highlighting that the joint construction of the two had provided fresh opportunities for the development of all countries in the world and had opened new horizons for the opening of China.

Faced with the future, we must adhere to the principle of common consultation, joint construction and joint enjoyment, insist on the concepts of opening, green development and moral integrity, make an effort to achieve the aims of high standards, the welfare of the people and sustainability, promoting constant progress in the joint construction of the Belt and Road in the direction of high quality development “, affirmed the President, H. E. Xi Jinping.

Furthermore, he affirmed that “Everything has its own rules for development. The joint construction of the Belt and Road that corresponds to the historical trend for economic globalisation, meets the requirements of the era of reforms to the system of global governance, and adapts to the future desires of all peoples to have a better life”.

Furthermore, the Chinese leader announced that new significant reform measures will be adopted in order to promote a high level opening. China will hugely extend the degree of access for foreign capital in the domestic market, international cooperation in the protection of intellectual property, the importing of goods and services, and more effective international coordination on macroeconomic policies, among other reform policies.

The General Secretary from the Equatorial Guinea Ministry for Industry and Energy, Jose Ramon Obama Sima, took part in the themed sub-forum on the promotion of an Economic and Trade Zone at the II Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

You May Also Like