Gabon: Prime Minister Meets With CPC Delegation

Libreville — Gabonese Prime Minister Raymond Ndong Sima on Wednesday expressed the hope that the cooperation between his country and China could be broadened in all the fields.

In meeting with visiting Chinese delegation led by Ai Ping, deputy head of the International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, Sima hailed the friendly relations of cooperation between the Gabonese Democratic Party and CPC and appreciated China's great achievement in its development and reforms.

He noted that the Chinese enterprises in Gabon have made great contributions to the economic cooperation between the two countries in recent years.

He hoped the two countries could further broaden their cooperation in various fields, pushing the bilateral relations to a new high.

Ai Ping said the friendly relations and mutual beneficial cooperation between China and Gabon have yielded substantial results in the past years. The cooperation has a broad prospect as both nations are moving foreword in the economic development, environment protection and the improvement of people's well-being.

He said China is willing to expand its pragmatic cooperation with Gabon within the framework of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation to benefit the people of the two countries.

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