Mayor of Xiangyang Qin Jun and Chairman of Executive Committee of Pinsk, Belarus signed a letter of intent of sister cities for the two sides.
To further promote the “Belt & Road” Initiative and facilitate “going global” for Xiangyang economy, Vice Secretary of CPC Xiangyang Committee and Mayor Qin Jun led the Xiangyang Economic and Trade Delegation to Poland, Czech and Belarus for friendly exchanges and economic and trade talks between April 10 and 18 at the invitation of Lublin City Council of Poland, Czech China Chamber of Collaboration and Executive Committee of Pinsk of Belarus.
The Economic Belt along the Silk Road is linked with Asia Pacific Economic Circle on to the East and the well-developed European Economic Circle to the West, making it the largest economic corridor with the greatest potential for development. Poland, Czech and Belarus are key links for China’s strategic planning for the Economic Belt along the Silk Road. The visit of Xiangyang Economic and Trade Delegation has deepened cooperation with these countries in economy, trade, science and technology, culture, education and medical fields. With the signing of the letter of intent, the visit has expanded the city’s external communication with great and fruitful results.