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Ambassador Xiao Qian Holds Farewell Ceremony for Indonesian Village Head Delegation

On the evening of 22 March, Ambassador Xiao Qian held a farewell ceremony at the Embassy for Indonesian village head delegation who was to visit China very soon. Mr. Eko Putro Sandjojo, BSEE., M.BA, Minister of Village, Development of Disadvantaged Regions and Indonesian Transmigration of the Republic of Indonesia, Dr. Anwar Sanusi, Secretary General of the Ministry, Mr. Wang Liping, Minister Counselor at the Embassy and 19 village heads from Indonesia attended the ceremony.

Ambassador Xiao Qian congratulated all the village heads on the planned visit. As remarked by him, both China and Indonesia are large agricultural countries, the potential for cooperation is huge. Considering village head is the locomotive for rural development, he encouraged all the delegates to have in-depth discussion with Chinese counterparts during the visit and make more contribution to Indonesia’s rural development as well as bilateral rural cooperation.

Minister Eko Putro Sandjojo expressed his gratitude to the Chinese side for inviting the village head delegation to visit China. He spoke highly of the great achievements China had made in agriculture. He asked all the delegates to learn agricultural and rural development experiences of China, so as to match the Chinese experiences with the Indonesian practical development.

One of the village head delivered remarks at the ceremony. Ambassador Xiao Qian held a brief meeting with Minister Eko Putro Sandjojo before the ceremony.

According to the arrangement, the delegation will visit Beijing, Jiangsu and Shanghai from 22 March to 2 April. During the visit, the delegates will visit agricultural production bases and star villages. They will also hold face to face discussions with Chinese agricultural and rural experts.

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