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Romanian Foreign minister in China: The Chinese are interested to invest in Romania's infrastructure, tourism and constructions, to enter the banking market and join projects in the Black Sea

Miercuri, 9 septembrie 2009, 15:26 English | Business

Romanian Foreign minister Cristian Diaconescu is currently visiting China in the view of economic and commercial partnerships. Romania and China might cooperate in regards to small and medium enterprises, industrial projects, local administration and the programmes promoted by the EU, according to Diaconescu.

Following the discussions with the Chinese officials, Diaconescu said that Romania and China are interested in "a structural dialogue on all political levels, on mutual interest strategic issues" and in intensifying their economic and commercial relationships.

  • China is interested in investing in infrastructure projects, the construction sector and tourism. In this sense, the inter-governmental Mixed Commission will be soon summoned, next to the Group for infrastructure problems. 
  • The Chinese showed their openness to welcome Romanian exporters on the Chinese market.
  • Another discussion focused on China joining the projects from the Black Sea region.
  • The Romanian diplomacy chief and the Chinese authorities showed interest in opening bank branches in each other's country.

Diaconescu spoke about the possibility of signing an Agreement Memorandum according to which China is to open a cultural Institute in Bucharest and vice versa. China hailed Romania's consistency in recognising the one republic of China and its entire territorial sovereignty.

Cristian Diaconescu met his homologue YANG Jiechi, the PCC International relations Department vice-leader LIU Jiey and ZHAO Jinjun, vice president of The People of China's Commission for Foreign Policy of the Political Consultative Conference. Diaconescu is on a three-day visit to China, celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations.























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