China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) has promised to partner with various countries to build projects designed to improve people’s wellbeing globally.
The Chairman of CCCC, Wang Tongzhou, made the promise in a statement on Wednesday against the backdrop of the field visit by 111-diplomatic envoys of foreign countries to the company in Beijing, China.
“With a vision of making the world smoother, cities more livable and life more colorful, CCCC is willing to work with various countries to build more projects aimed at improving people’s well-being.
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“Also to see that every person in every country shares more fully and fairly in the gains of cooperation.
“111-diplomatic envoys of foreign countries and representatives of international organisations visited CCCC witnessing the company’s achievements and capability in infrastructure construction at home and abroad.
“As one of the most successful Chinese enterprises to go global, CCCC has promoted high-quality Belt and Road development and deepened friendly cooperation with governments and enterprises in various countries.
“This is through the building of roads, bridges, ports, and cities, said Wang Tongzhou, Chairman of CCCC.”
He quoted diplomatic envoys at the event to have also expressed the willingness to enhance cooperation with China in the future.
He explained that the Diplomatic envoys visited the light technology and urban-upgrading exhibition halls of a subsidiary of the company and tried smart light technologies in person.
According to him, the company had built important infrastructure projects like the Gwadar Deep Water Port in Pakistan.
Pakistani Ambassador to China Moin ul Haque also in the statement said that the country would cooperate with CCCC in social and economic projects.
Another envoy in the statement, Ambassador of Philippine to China, Jaime FlorCruz said, China and the Philippines enjoy economic complementarity.
“The latter expects more cooperation between the two countries to benefit each other and the two peoples,” the envoy said.
“More so, South Africa Ambassador to China, Siyabonga Cwele said, “I am deeply impressed by this visit, the new technologies need to be used to improve people’s lives in future,” the envoy said. (NAN)