On the morning of September 1, Nordic young politicians delegation led by Antti Kurvinen, Deputy Chairman of the Centre Party of Finland, accompanied by Ye Guoling, director of the department at CPC Central Committee, visited Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), and participated in a symposium on the Nordic Countries and the “Belt and Road Initiative”.
Nordic young politicians delegation visits RDCY.
Wang Wen, executive dean of RDCY made a welcome speech, introducing the “Belt and Road” to the delegates. He said that China will continue to be a “good student”, maintaining an open mind to learn from the world; as well as to be a “good teacher”, sharing Chinese successful development experience with the world.
Antti Kurvinen delivers a speech.
Antti Kurvinen emphasized that China-Finland trade and financial cooperation, especially infrastructure and interconnection against the backdrop of “Belt and Road” would play an important role for the economic development of Finland.
Chen Xiaochen, Director of International Studies Department of RDCY highlighted that the great progresses have been made on the innovation industries and high-tech areas since the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was held in Beijing. Cheng Cheng, associate researcher of RDCY, and Yao Le, assistant researcher of RDCY, attended the symposium.
Attendees pose for a group photo.
At the end of the meeting, the two sides unanimously expressed their desires to strengthen exchanges and deepen cooperation in the future, so as to make a better contribution to the global sustainable development.