Chinese Ambassador Meets Prime Minister Domingos Simões Parreira of Guinea-Bissau (2015)

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Original Chinese Language Article By: http://www.bjfao.gov.cn

(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD)

On August 11th, 2015, China’s Ambassador to Guinea-Bissau – Mr Wang Hua – met with Domingos Pereira, the incumbent Prime Minister of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau (and the current President of the Independence Party of Guinea-Bissau), and presented a Portuguese translation of the Chinese text entitled ‘Xi Jinping’s Theory of Ruling the Country’.

Prime Minister Pereira stated that the governing Independence Party values very high, its good relations with the Communist Party of China, and that the country of Guinea-Bissau Government cherishes the friendly and cooperative relations with the Chinese Government in such fields as agriculture, fishery, health, education and human resources development, and is ready to develop further, the positive progression of these relations. Prime Minister Pereira further stated that he intended to study the Collected Works of the General Secretary in greater details, so that the governing Independence Party can engage in a positive exchange with the Communist Party of China regarding the theory and practice of the good governance of a country. Also present was a member of the politburo and a senior adviser of high political office.

Original Chinese Language Source Text:

http://www.bjfao.gov.cn/wsdt/wjdt/82322.htm

驻几内亚比绍大使王华会见几比总理佩雷拉 [图]

2015年8月11日,驻几内亚比绍大使王华会见几内亚比绍共和国总理、几佛独立党主席多明戈斯·佩雷拉,赠予对方葡文版《习近平谈治国理政》一书。

佩表示,几佛独立党高度重视与中国共产党的传统友谊,几比政府珍惜与中国政府在农业、渔业、卫生、教育、人才资源开发等领域的友好合作关系,并愿全力推动上述关系的健康发展。佩允将认真研读习总书记文选,努力促进几佛独立党与中国共产党在治国理政方面的经验交流。几佛独立党第一副主席科雷亚及政治局委员、总理政治与外交事务顾问席尔瓦在座。

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