Xinhua News Agency, Ningbo, June 9th, China - The Central and Eastern European Countries Cooperation Forum was held in Ningbo, Zhejiang on the 9th. Hu Chunhua, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and vice premier of the State Council, attended the forum and delivered a keynote speech.
Hu Chunhua pointed out that since the launch of China-Central and Eastern European countries, cooperation in various fields has yielded fruitful results, especially in trade, investment, infrastructure and other cooperation. It has promoted mutual benefit and win-win results for China and Central and Eastern European countries, and deepened China-EU comprehensive strategic partnership. An important role. China is willing to work together with Central and Eastern European countries to strengthen development strategies and plan docking, expand trade exchanges, deepen investment and capacity cooperation, accelerate the interconnection of infrastructure, and continuously enhance the breadth and depth of pragmatic cooperation.
Hu Chunhua emphasized that China will unswervingly expand its opening up to the outside world and open the door to openness. China will continue to reduce the negative list, promote the modern service industry, manufacturing, and agriculture to open up to the outside world, accelerate the formulation of foreign investment law supporting regulations, strengthen international cooperation in intellectual property protection, expand the import of quality goods and services, and implement high-level trade and investment. Liberalization and facilitation policy. We welcome enterprises from Central and Eastern Europe to join hands with Chinese companies to seize the opportunity to tap potential and push bilateral cooperation to a higher level.
Before attending the forum, Hu Chunhua visited some of the pavilions of the first China-Central and Eastern Europe National Expo and International Consumer Goods Fair, and met with Slovak Deputy Prime Minister Leahy, Croatian Deputy Prime Minister Tolušic, Slovenian Deputy Prime Minister Bratushek and Montenegro. Honorary President Vujanovic and others.
Source: Xinhua News Agency