Shanghai to deepen cooperation with Constanta County of Romania

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong met a Romanian delegation headed by Marius Horia Tutuianu, president of the Constanta County board on Wednesday. 


Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong met a Romanian delegation headed by Marius Horia Tutuianu, president of the Constanta County board on Wednesday. Ying and Tutuianu signed a friendly cooperation agreement.

Ying said ever since China and Romania established diplomatic relationship, the friendship and cooperation between the countries have been ever deepening. Shanghai formed twin city ties with Constanta County 15 years ago, and now the two sides have cooperation in trade, cultural industries, and ports.

Ying informed his guests that Shanghai is working hard to build itself into an international center of finance, trade, shipping, and form the basic framework of globally influential technology and innovation center by 2020.

Ying expressed his hope for closer cooperation with Constanta County in cultural industries, trade, and port development.

Tutuianu said Constanta County values its friendship with Shanghai greatly and Constanta has a lot to learn from Shanghai’s experiences and achievements. He wanted the two sides to deepen the existing cooperation in cultural industries, tourism, and sports industries.

Aurelien Neagu, Romania’s consul general in Shanghai, also attended the meeting.




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