Shanghai mayor meets prime minister of the Republic of the Congo

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong met Clement Mouamba, prime minister of Republic of the Congo, and his delegation on Thursday.

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong met Clement Mouamba, prime minister of Republic of the Congo, and his delegation on Thursday.

Ying said China and the Republic of the Congo has a long history of friendship and the two countries have had a stable bi-lateral relation. Shanghai is the birth place of the Communist Party of China and a modern city with a long history.

As China’s biggest economic center city, Shanghai is also China’s window and epitome of opening-up and reforms, and it has undergone tremendous changes of urban construction and development.

Currently, the city is working hard to build itself into an international center of economy, finance, trade, shipping, and a technology and innovation center. It is also trying to turn itself into a globally influential metropolis and a socialist modern city by 2035.

Shanghai will build its bi-lateral relation with the Republic of the Congo on sincerity, real results, friendship, and good faith, according to the cooperative policy put forward by Chinese President Xi Jinping.

The prime minister’s current visit will help strengthen the exchanges and cooperation between the Republic of the Congo and Shanghai and they can learn from each other in economic development and urban management, Ying added.

Mouamba said the practical win-win cooperation between the Republic of the Congo and China has been ever deepening since the two countries established diplomatic relations. Shanghai’s achievements in modernization have been impressive and they will become increasingly better.

The Republic of the Congo is willing to further strengthen the cooperation and exchanges with Shanghai and learn from its experience in urban construction and management, Mouamba added.

Daniel Owassa, the Republic of the Congo’s ambassador to China, also attended the meeting.


Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong meets Clement Mouamba, prime minister of Republic of the Congo.

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