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Ambassador Zhang Limin Attended Annual Magazine Launch of the Association of the Chinese Enterprises in Guyana
2016/02/01
 

     The Association of the Chinese Enterprises in Guyana hosted its Annual Magazine Launch and dinner on January 29, 2015. His Excellency Zhang Limin, Chinese Ambassador to Guyana and His Excellency David Granger, President of Guyana attended the dinner and unveiled the annual magazine. Honorable Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, Ministers of State, Finance, Commerce, Community, Tourism of Guyana, members of business community and diplomatic corps were also present.

     In his remarks, Ambassador Zhang encouraged the Association to make more contributions in serving the local Chinese companies and promote China-Guyana cooperation. He expressed gratitude to the government of Guyana for its support to the Association. Ambassador Zhang pointed out that China and Guyana enjoy traditional friendship. Practical cooperation in various fields has produced fruitful results since the establishment of diplomatic ties. Having provided assistance to Guyana in various forms for many years, China will continue its support to Guyana’s development and make joint efforts with the Guyanese side to elevate the friendly relations of cooperation between the two sides to a new high.

     President Granger highlighted that Guyana and China enjoy profound friendship although being far apart. He said that the Chinese people are quick-witted and versatile. The government of Guyana appreciates the important contribution of the Chinese community and companies in promoting Guyana’s economic and social development, and will create an enabling business environment to encourage foreign companies including Chinese companies to operate in Guyana. Guyana is willing to enhance mutual trust and deepen cooperation in business and other fields with China for the benefits of the two peoples and prosperity of both countries.

     Lion Dance, Song and dance were performed and an atmosphere of warm friendship prevailed during the dinner. Mainstream media such as Chronicle, Guyana Times, Kaieteur News made reports on the event.

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