The Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama attended the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, held in Tianjin, north China. During his official visit to Pekin, the Prime Minister has confirmed his participation in this forum by posting a photo in his Twitter official account.
In his opinion, the WEF panel discussions were interesting by highlighting that the most important part was the session regarding technology and education for all. “The first panel of World Economic Forum, an interesting discussion on innovative technology and education for all”, wrote Rama in his Twitter account. The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a Swiss nonprofit foundation, based in Cologny, Geneva.
During his stay in Pekin, Rama met with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang. The Chinese Prime Minister expressed the interest of Pekin to invest in Albania, meanwhile the Albanian Prime Minister emphasized the facilities and governmental backing policies, offered for foreign investors. Li Keqiang evaluated the Albania-China traditional friendship and on the occasion of 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, in his opinion China is seeking to collaborate with Albania in order to strengthen the high level exchanges and to increase the cooperation in various fields.
“China stands ready to import more qualitative agricultural and mining products from Albania and supports the participation of the Chinese companies in the improvement of the Albanian infrastructure, especially the construction of the “Road of Arbri” highway that will connect Albania with Macedonia.
The Chinese government will also invest 10 ml Juan in the educational system in Albania. During the meeting, the two Prime Ministers have discussed on possibilities to invest in the agriculture and fishing sector. The Albania Prime Minister also evaluated the positive developments in the relations between the two countries and invited all Chinese companies to start investing in Albania, in order to increase the mutually beneficial collaboration.
News source/photo credits: CRI – Albanian version