Permanent Office of Forum Macau visits four Portuguese-speaking countries

A delegation from the Permanent Office of Forum Macau is due on 17 November to end a tour to Mozambique, Angola, Portugal and São Tomé and Príncipe, the support office said.

The trip was in response to the “Economic and Trade Cooperation Action Plan” and the “Memorandum of Understanding on the Promotion of Productive Capacity Cooperation” and the delegation was led by Deputy Secretary-General Ding Tian.

The delegation visited bodies of those Portuguese-speaking countries which are responsible for the affairs of the Macau Forum, including investment promotion agencies, in order to exchange views on the development of the Forum and on the preparations for the 6th Ministerial Conference.

In Mozambique, the first country visited, the Deputy Secretary-General presented the results achieved by Macau Forum in the past 15 years, the ongoing external evaluation process and work in progress, and restated that the Permanent Office will endeavour to play the role of bridge between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries.

The statement released by the support office of the Permanent Office said that Mozambique has recognised, through the various partners it visited, the results achieved by the Macau Forum and the role of the Macau platform, ensuring participation and great support for the work of the Macau Forum. (macauhub)