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The Chinese Ambassador to Tanzania Chen Mingjian (2nd R) introduces the outcomes of the Third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation held in Beijing

In a recent event in Dar es Salaam, the Chinese Ambassador to Tanzania, Chen Mingjian, expressed China’s dedication to fostering Belt and Road cooperation with Tanzania, collectively striving for a brighter future of modernization.

During this gathering, Chen Mingjian highlighted the results of the Third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, which took place in Beijing not long ago. This forum showcased the remarkable progress achieved in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) collaboration between the two nations over the past decade. The focus areas included infrastructure development, economic partnerships, trade, investments, and cultural exchanges.

Chen Mingjian called for both countries to explore the untapped potential in enhancing infrastructure connectivity, enhancing trade and economic interactions, and deepening their mutually beneficial collaboration in green development, digital economy, and blue economy initiatives.

The forum itself drew participation from more than 10,000 representatives hailing from 151 countries and 41 international organizations, marking a significant historical event. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the BRI, it was a testament to the commitment shown by China, with over 200 Belt and Road cooperation agreements signed with more than 150 nations and 30 international organizations.

Highlighting that the 60th anniversary of China-Tanzania relations is on the horizon, Chen Mingjian emphasized China’s readiness to leverage this forum to join forces with Tanzanian partners in addressing challenges and pursuing mutual development.

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