Mayor meets Cameroon president to seek more cooperation in trade, culture and tourism

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong met Paul Biya, president of Cameroon, and his delegation on March 24.


Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong met Paul Biya, president of Cameroon, and his delegation on March 24.

Ying welcomed his guests and said Cameroon is a friendly country and an important cooperation partner of China in Africa. The cooperation between the two countries have been successful and benefited the people of both countries. Ying told his guests that the city is working hard to build the financial, economic, trade, and shipping centers, as well as a technology and innovation center.

Also, Shanghai will strengthen the cooperation with Cameroon in trade, culture and tourism and promote China-Africa Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, Ying added.

Biya said Cameroon views China as its strategic partner and the two countries have maintained a long history of friendship for half a century. Shanghai is a beautiful city, and it has impressive achievements in economics, technologies, and culture. Cameroon hopes to strengthen its cooperation with Shanghai, and wishes China and Shanghai to achieve more success.

Wei Wenhua, China’s ambassador to Cameroon, Martin Mpana, Cameroon’s ambassador to China and Xu Kunlin, vice mayor of Shanghai also attended the meeting.


Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong meets Paul Biya, president of Cameroon.



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