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Forum on China-Africa cooperation eyes further development

(Xinhua)    21:02, November 26, 2015
Forum on China-Africa cooperation eyes further development
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi

BEIJING, Nov. 26 (Xinhuanet) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Zimbabwe and South Africa between December 1st and 5th, during which time he will attend the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in Johannesburg. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi gave a brief summary of the president's agenda. He said this year marked the 15th anniversary of the founding of the forum, and it's the first time that the ministerial meeting has been upgraded to a leader's summit -- a reflection of the sides' developing relations, Wang said. Agreements are expected to be signed to map out further cooperation in the next three years.

"China will also propose a series of cooperation plans, including industrial production shifts, infrastructure construction, human resource exploration, facilitating investment, green development, finance servicing, and peace and security. Cooperation between China and Africa is built upon equality and mutual development," Wang said.

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(Editor:Zhang Yuan,Bianji)

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