Chengdu sets sights on closer ties with BRICS

Authors: China Daily


Chengdu has seen increased friendly exchanges with Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa.
The city hosted the 2017 BRICS Friendship Cities and Local Governments Cooperation Forum in July, which offered an important opportunity for local governments from BRICS to enhance understanding, deepen cooperation and share experiences.
The Chinese government values cooperation with local governments from BRICS highly, especially its partnership under the sister city framework, said Wang Jiarui, vice-chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
"The forum is an ideal platform for promoting the cooperation," Wang said.
The Chengdu Initiative released at the forum proposes BRICS focus on culture, tourism, economy and trade, and science and technology to expand foreign exchange channels and boost international communication and cooperation.
The initiative encourages colleges from BRICS to join in the Chengdu college innovation alliance for sister cities, which was founded in June 2016 and aims to work as a communication platform for institutes from Chengdu and its international sister cities.
Alliance members share higher education resources and benefit from strengthened communication and cooperation among scientific research organizations and personnel. They also experience the concept of running an institution bilaterally and multilaterally.
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