Tirana, November 24, 2015
The Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama is attending a meeting of the highest China government officials with the heads of 16 Central and East Europe countries, due to be held on November 24-25, 2015. The officials will hold discussions on the strengthening the intergovernmental relations between the government of China with Central and East Europe states and in enhancing the economic cooperation between Chinese investors and these countries.
On this framework, the China Radio International for Russia and East Europe has conducted a survey on the meeting, and 60.1% of the surveyed people suggested the meeting should focus on investments and trade issues, while 46.2% of the surveyed stressed the importance of strengthening the political and economic ties between Central and East Europe countries and the Republic of China.
The meeting will be attended also by the Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and official sources say that at the end of the meeting will be published the “16+1 Medium Term Cooperation Program” and “Suzhou Program” as a conclusion of it.
The discussions at the meeting will be focused on enhancing the economic and trade cooperation between China and 16 Central and East Europe countries, to increase collaboration in the finance field, in the control of agricultural products’ quality, in exchanging experiences and further collaboration in the culture and art field.
News source/photo credits: ATA