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DRC delegation visits Czech Republic, Croatia, and Serbia

2017-10-20

A DRC delegation, led by Vice Director Zhang Junkuo visited the Czech Republic, Croatia, and Serbia by request from September 20 to 29. The delegation aimed to learn about how to enhance cooperation between China and those countries in Belt and Road Initiative.

DRC delegation visits Czech Republic, Croatia, and Serbia

DRC delegation meets with Chinese-invested enterprises in Czech.[photo/drc.gov.cn] 

In the Czech Republic the delegation met with China-invested enterprises and delivered a report on the current economic situation in China; they also visited government departments and learned about their interest in investment in China. The delegation toured a research institute for the new silk road, a member of SILKS, and went to think tanks where they exchanged views on challenges in future cooperation.

DRC delegation visits Czech Republic, Croatia, and Serbia

DRC delegation meets with Chinese ambassador Hu Zhaoming in Croatia.[photo/drc.gov.cn] 

In Croatia, the delegation met with Chinese ambassador Hu Zhaoming and learned about Croatia’s investment interest in China. They also visited the Ministry of Construction and Space Planning, and exchanged views on trade relationships and cooperation between SMEs in China and Croatia. The delegation took part in a Geo-economy Forum, a member of SILKS, and exchanged views on governmental communication and economic development in China and Croatia, and the Belt and Road Initiative.

DRC delegation visits Czech Republic, Croatia, and Serbia

DRC delegation visits Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure in Serbia.[photo/drc.gov.cn]

In Serbia, the DRC delegation visited the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, and exchanged views on interconnectivity construction between China and Serbia. The delegation went to the Research Institute of International Politics and Economy, where they discussed enhancing cooperation under the framework of the “16+1” platform and the Belt and Road Initiative. At the Center of International Relations and Sustainable Development, a member of SILKS, the delegation talked about SILK’s future work plans with the president of the center.