China’s economic growth will boost global development opportunities. – Official – The Sun Nigeria


Liu Yutong, adviser to the information department of China’s Foreign Ministry, said the country’s economic growth could boost shared opportunities for global development.

Liu said this on Tuesday during a meeting between ministry officials and journalists who were in Weihai, Shandong Province, China, under the auspices of the China-Africa Press Center (CAPC) 2022 Program.

The meeting was hosted by Mr. Yan Jianbo, Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Weihai Municipal Committee.

“I commend the journalists who are here to report on all the developments that can be shared globally, since the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

“It will further boost economic growth for the welfare of our people as one of the major cities in Shandong Province.

“We will help reporters understand the philosophy of Chinese governance which is centered on the CCP’s people’s politics.

“To enable them to understand economic progress, China can further provide opportunities that can be shared across the world, hence the need for a coherent people-to-people connection,” he said.

He described Weihai as a community located in the most strategic part of the Shandong Peninsula characterized by unique characteristics.

Also speaking, Mr. Lin Haibin, Deputy Director General of Foreign Affairs of Shandong Provincial People’s Government Office, said more could be done to support the growth of the community.

“Shandong is a major province, in terms of economy, population and culture in the province and ranks as the third fastest growing province in the country.

“Shandong has a great history in heritage and culture; we are making great progress in our urbanization, our achievement is the result of the leadership style of President Xi Jinping and CPC philosophy.

“Weihai under the administration of Jinping has built a happy city in the province and continues to innovate in the field of economic empowerment, for the well-being of the people.

“The philosophy of good governance remains the policy of the CPC, and China’s development is an opportunity that can be shared by the rest of the world to promote growth,” Lin said.

Speaking on behalf of the journalists, Mr. Fortune Abang, Senior Correspondent, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), expressed his gratitude to the ministry and CCP officials for hosting them.

According to him, the need for journalists to give balanced and truthful reporting on community development can in no way be compromised.

“There is no glory without history; the best way to tell a story about every community in the world is through the skill of trained journalists.

“It’s because journalists are very important guarantors of the people’s right to know the unknown. Every company needs journalists to be able to achieve meaningful growth,” Abang said.

In his speech, Yan, secretary of the Weihai Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Weihai commended the people of Weihai for their hospitality and openness to economic growth.

According to him, people appreciate hospitality, kindness and sincerity.

“We are ecologically civilized in China, and we are one of the best municipalities to have won the civilized city award in China,” Yan said.

The highlight of the event was visiting the Chinese WWI Workers Memorial and Friendship Forest, Maotou Mountain and Halley Group, WEGO Group and Dishang Group and Area coastal Weihai 1001.

Weihai is located in the eastern part of Shandong Peninsula, covers an area of ​​5,821.8 km2 with a population of 2.9 million.

The community, also a local economic cooperation demonstration zone under the China-Korea free trade agreement, won the honorary award from UN-Habitat and ranks as China’s health city.

At least 90 journalists from 67 countries in Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Latin America and Asia-Pacific are taking part in the programme, which started in June.

The program, which is organized by the China Association of Public Diplomacy, is expected to end in November. (NOPE)


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