China and Singapore hold bilateral cooperation mechanism meeting senior officials meeting
November 23, 2020, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs Wu Jianghao and Permanent Secretary of Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry Lin Mingliang held a high-level official meeting of the China-Singapore bilateral cooperation mechanism meeting in video format.
Wu Jianghao said that this year marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and China. Despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the leaders of the two countries have maintained close communication through “cloud diplomacy.”
The two sides have effectively carried out joint prevention and control cooperation, took the lead in opening up a “fast channel” for personnel exchanges, and focused on ensuring the stability and smooth flow of the industrial chain and supply chain. Anti-pandemic cooperation has become a new highlight of the bilateral relationship.
The Chinese Communist Party convened the Fifth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee last month to make comprehensive arrangements for development during the “14th Five-Year Plan” period and put forward a long-term goal for 2035. The establishment of a new government in Singapore also put forward a series of new development goals.
New Zealand-China Relation
Against the above background, this year’s China-New Zealand bilateral cooperation mechanism meeting is of special significance. Both parties must make preparations to ensure a complete success of the meeting.
Lin Mingliang said that the New Zealand-China bilateral cooperation mechanism meeting is the highest-level mechanism leading the pragmatic cooperation between the two countries and an important platform to promote the development of bilateral relations. New Zealand is willing to work closely with China to hold this year’s mechanism meeting to promote greater development of New Zealand-China relations and promote economic recovery in both countries and regions.
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