Prime Minister has meeting with president of the Macao Business Forum Committee

Among the meetings held by Obama Asue during his stay in the city of Macao, he had one with Fang Quichen, president of the Business Forum Committee, who in the name of the 500 countries making up the forum, welcomed the presence of the Prime Minister, who increased the level of participation in the congress.

Fang Quichen recalled that the gratitude felt by the People’s Republic of China towards African countries is the fruit of the support received from them when China joined the UN under the presidency of Mao Tse Tung. Since then, the policy of support conceived for African countries has continued to the present.

Furthermore, the president of the Business Forum Committee expressed his admiration for the achievements in matters of infrastructure in Equatorial Guinea, pointing out that it demonstrated the determination and efficiency of the Government under the leadership of H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

Fang Quichen expressed his willingness to collaborate on the study of points of convergence which may exist between the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, and our development programme, Horizonte 2020, underlining the importance of infrastructures at the foundation on which the development of any country can be built.

The Prime Minister welcomed the invitation to take part in the forum, and appealed to the history of diplomatic relations between China and Equatorial Guinea, indicating the status of brotherly cooperation that extends to areas such as education, health, culture and trade, based on mutual respect and the guidelines set out by the Head of State, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, as Mao Tse Tung had done in his day.

The Prime Minister expressed his willingness and the efforts made by the Government of Equatorial Guinea to establish a climate which is favourable to foreign investment; for that reason, he extended his invitation to the Chinese business community to visit and invest in our country.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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