Foreign envoys visit Shanxi


Updated: 2021-09-09


João Salvador dos Santos Neto, Angola's ambassador to China, addresses the 2021 Taiyuan Low-Carbon Energy Development Forum in Taiyuan, in Shanxi province. [Photo/]

A group of top foreign envoys to China attended the 2021 Taiyuan Low-Carbon Energy Development Forum and visited North China's Shanxi province on Sept 1-6. 

The ambassadors to China from Algeria, Moldova, Mauritius, Angola, Lebanon, Gambia, Bangladesh and Slovakia, as well as the minister counselor of the UK Embassy in China, toured the cities of Taiyuan, Changzhi, Jinzhong, Shuozhou, Datong and Yuncheng in the province.


Ahcene Boukhelfa, Algeria's ambassador to China, visits the Eighth Route Army Taihang Museum in Wuxiang county, in Shanxi province, on Sept 4. [Photo/]

All the envoys reportedly expressed their willingness to extend their countries' friendship and understanding with Shanxi. 

Those envoys hoped to undertake cooperation and exchanges with Shanxi in the fields of energy, commerce and trade, cultural tourism, agriculture, education and traditional Chinese medicine. 

They were also interested in more exchanges in museums, sports, the establishment of sister cities, the application of advanced technology, the transformation of scientific and technological achievements, as well as pilot training.


Dusan Bella (center), Slovakia's ambassador to China, visits the cities of Datong and Xinzhou in Shanxi province. [Photo/]