From March 22 to March 26, Overseas Chinese in Australia and Australian Chinese Associations held a grand ceremony in Sydney to welcome Premier Li Keqiang and his wife Cheng Hong's visit. President Wang Fukuan was invited to attend this event. He communicated and shaked hands with Premier Li Keqiang.
At the meeting, Premier Li Keqiang delivered a speech, on behalf of the Chinese government and people, extended sincere greetings and heartfelt wishes to millions of overseas Chinese and Chinese students in Australia. The premier said that China is still the largest developing country and that there is still a long way to go before it can realize its modernization. In mainly, it needs professionals from all aspects of life. We sincerely hope that our compatriots in Australia will actively invest and start their own business in our country. After the students have completed their studies, they will serve the motherland in various forms. We will give full play to each other's strengths and strengths and actively participate in the Sino-Australian cooperation and the development of China to serve as a bridge between China and Australia and the outside world.
President Wang Fu-kuan said: "Being pioneers and bravely pioneering is the spiritual endowment of Guangdong as a front-line position for reform and opening up. Australia is an important country along the Maritime Silk Road. One of the principal directions of the Maritime Silk Road in the 21st century is that it passes the South China Sea from the Chinese coastal ports and reaches the South Pacific. Guangdong plays a vital role in the construction of the Maritime Silk Road and cannot be ignored.
Under the framework of the all-round strategic partnership between China and Australia and along with the docking between Guangdong and Australia, it is bound to deepen the friendly state-to-state relations further. We should consolidate the cooperation in economy, trade, investment, mining and energy and realize mutual Win-Win development. As a bridge between the government and enterprises, enterprises and enterprises, the chambers of commerce are bound to make new contributions to promoting the economic development of both places.