China, Malawi ties to scale to new heights Featured

Written by  Gladys Nthenda

The Visiting Vice Chairperson of the People’s National Congress of China says bilateral relations between Malawi and People’s Republic of China are faced with new opportunities under the principle of mutual benefits and willing cooperation.

Richard Msowoya  and Ziang Ping Richard Msowoya and Ziang Ping
13
May

Speaking through an interpreter after meeting the Speaker of Parliament in Lilongwe on Monday evening, the Chinese Envoy says he is convinced that in the years ahead, relations between the two countries will be boosted in the cooperation scale to new heights.

 

Ziang Ping hopes his visit will strengthen ties between the two legislatures as they will exchange programmes aimed at promoting culture and improving debates in the house.

 

 

“Both sides have spoken highly on the fruits of achievements of bilateral relations. The Speaker referred to China assisted projects which have been carried smoothly and some more which have improved people’s livelihoods and brought tangible benefits in Malawi” Ping said.

 

Ping further said with the existing cooperation, there are prospects that in the years ahead the two countries will continue supporting each other.

 

“Now the development of our bilateral relations is faced with new opportunities under the principle of mutual benefits and willing cooperation China stands ready to further promote our bilateral relations”. Ping observed.

 

Speaker of Parliament Richard Msowoya welcomed the visit by the Chinese Envoy adding that the People’s Republic of China played an instrumental role in the construction of the Parliament Buildings.

 

 

Msowoya described the exchanges between the two parliaments as significant to the bilateral relations as it will promote people to people contact and further areas of cooperation.

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