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Ambassador Zheng Zeguang Meets Head of Northern Ireland Civil Service Jayne Brady
2023-03-31 19:25

On 28 March 2023, Ambassador Zheng Zeguang, who was on a visit in Northern Ireland, met with Head of Northern Ireland Civil Service Jayne Brady, and had an exchange of views with him on strengthening practical cooperation in various fields between China and Northern Ireland.

Dr Brady warmly welcomed Ambassador Zheng and his delegation to Northern Ireland. She said that Northern Ireland has long-standing friendly exchanges with China and attaches great importance to developing relations with China. Northern Ireland enjoys strong technological advantages in fields such as green economy, financial services, and food safety, and has the geographical advantage as a bridge connecting the two major markets of the European Union and the United Kingdom. She welcomes Chinese companies to invest in Northern Ireland and hopes that hydrogen-powered buses, whiskey and other products from Northern Ireland can enter the Chinese market. Northern Ireland would also like to further expand exchanges and cooperation with China in education, culture, and tourism, among other areas.

Ambassador Zheng said that in recent years, China and Northern Ireland have carried out fruitful cooperation in economy and trade, education, culture and other fields, bringing tangible benefits to both sides and that there are great potential and broad prospects for cooperation between the two sides in new energy innovation. China welcomes more high-quality products from Northern Ireland to enter the Chinese market and more friends to go to China, supports the cities and institutions of the two sides to strengthen partnerships, and encourages more two-way personnel exchanges, so as to transform the potential of cooperation into practical cooperation results and bring more benefits to the people of both sides.

Chinese Consul General in Belfast Zhang Meifang, and Minister Counselor Bi Haibo and Counselor Kong Xiangwen of the Chinese Embassy in the UK were present at the meeting.

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