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Secretary-General LI Baodong Meets with Clare Fearnley, New Zealand Ambassador to China
Origin:Boao Forum for Asia      Time:2018-12-17 18:24:07    Views:245


On the morning of Dec. 13, 2018, LI Baodong, BFA Secretary General, met with Clare Fearnley, New Zealand Ambassador to China, at the BFA Secretariat.

LI pointed out that the new BFA Board of Directors, in keeping with the times, set forth the guiding principles, goals and tasks of the work of the BFA in the new era. Today, as new technologies, new trends, new problems and new challenges emerge constantly, the BFA remains true to our original aspiration. With a focus on Asia and a global perspective, the BFA expands new frontier areas while maintaining the characteristics of the forum on economy. The forum will further draw on the advantages of the international political and business exchange platform, gather the insights from all walks of life and contribute to the maintenance of peace and development in the region and the world.

LI spoke highly of the sustained great support of New Zealand – one of the BFA’s sponsor nations – to the BFA’s work. The New Zealand Embassy in China has also been an active supporter and participant in the events held by the forum. It is hoped that New Zealand gives continued support and help.

Clare Fearnley congratulated the BFA on its achievements, appreciated the strategic vision and working ideas of the new board of directors of the BFA, and supported the Forum’s expansion into Europe and Oceania.

Clare Fearnley said that the New Zealand Embassy in China is willing to continue to foster cooperation with the BFA, and welcomes and supports the forum to communicate with all walks of life in New Zealand.