On July 23, local time, Chinese Ambassador to New Zealand and the Republic of Cook and Niue, Wu Hao, on behalf of the Chinese government and Niue Prime Minister Tok Talaj, signed the "To promote the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk." Memorandum of Understanding on the Road Construction. Nieki Infrastructure Minister Pakotao Hipperi and Natural Resources Minister Dalton Tagraghi attended the signing ceremony.
Ambassador Wu said that the “One Belt, One Road” initiative proposed by President Xi Jinping is a public product provided by China for the world and aims to propose a Chinese plan for solving the problems facing the world and regional economies. The initiative focuses on policy communication, facility connectivity, smooth trade, financial finance, and people's minds, providing a platform for countries around the world to achieve common development. The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on the "Belt and Road" cooperation between China and New Zealand will not only promote cooperation between the two countries in various fields, but also mark a new chapter in China-New Zealand relations. China is willing to work together with the New Zealand side to bring more tangible benefits to the two peoples and make positive contributions to the prosperity and development of the region and the world.
Taraji said that New Zealand and China have deep historical roots, and some Niue people have Chinese descent. The New Zealand side attaches great importance to the "One Belt, One Road" initiative and is willing to work together with China to fully implement the "One Belt, One Road" cooperation memorandum of understanding, jointly promote pragmatic cooperation in various fields between the two countries, better benefit the two countries and peoples, and further promote the Pacific. Sustainable development in the island country.
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