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Sino-Italian bilateral commitment to enhance cooperation


Rome, 29 May 2024 (TDI): Yin Li, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, expressed China’s willingness to revive the Sino-Italian Bilateral commitment to the longstanding friendship with Italy.

This revival of bilateral commitments includes enhancing political trust, expanding economic and trade collaboration, and fostering cultural and people-to-people exchanges. The objective is to bring advantages and benefits to both nations.

Additionally, Yin, who led a CPC consortium visiting Italy from May 25 to 28 at the request of the Italian Democratic Party, stated that Sino-Italian Bilateral commitments have maintained a strong bilateral relationship characterized by mutual trust and close cooperation under the strategic guidance of their respective presidents of state.

During the visit, the Chinese delegation held meetings with Ignazio La Russa, the President of the Italian Senate, Adolfo Urso, the Italian Minister of Enterprises and Made in Italy, Giuseppe Provenzano, the head of the Italian Democratic Party’s foreign affairs department, Roberto Gualtieri, the Mayor of Rome, and Gaetano Manfredi, the Mayor of Naples.

Addressing the meetings, Yin stated that China is keen to work with Italy to safeguard world peace, stability, development, and prosperity, especially since the two countries’ comprehensive strategic alliance has been in place for 20 years.

Moreover, Beijing Municipality would completely implement the important agreement made by the leaders of both countries to enhance the advancement of China-Italy relations through regional collaboration, according to Yin, who is also the secretary of the CPC Beijing Municipal Committee.

The Italian side emphasized the strong and profound ties that exist between China and Italy, two ancient civilizations.

In addition, China is viewed by Italy as a dependable and comprehensive strategic partner in a world that is undergoing rapid change.

Italy is willing to support various forms of exchange as well as increased cooperation in fields including digital economy, tourism, culture, and environmental sustainability. China’s growing investment is also welcomed in Italy.

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The Italian side affirmed its confidence that cooperation between China and Italy will successfully steer the global economy in the right direction.

Lastly, Yin gave top priority to the establishment of a cultural center and a hub for scientific and technological innovation while he was in Italy. He also went to the Capitoline Museums and the China-Italy Technology Transfer Centre.

Syeda Ayesha Noor
Syeda Ayesha Noor
Aisha Noor, a recent graduate with a Bachelor's degree in International Relations from the University of Sindh, Jamshoro, brings a wealth of academic insight and practical experience to the field. Having completed internships at esteemed institutions, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad, she now seeks to leverage her expertise in international relations to pursue opportunities in the global arena. With a strong foundation in research and a passion for diplomatic affairs, Aisha is poised to make meaningful contributions to the field of international relations

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