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President Hao Jiming led the team to work in Switzerland

From June 22nd to 24th , 2017, President Hao Jiming led the IEEPA team to Switzerland and Norway for a business exchange.  Accompanied by Vice president and secretary-general Li Junyang, and the international department of the IEEPA; the team met with European officials to discuss matters related to the ˇ°Belt and Roadˇ± Initiative.  During the Swiss exchange, the follow organizations were conferred with, respectively; the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP),United Nations Headquarters at Geneva, the Office of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) in Canada. They exchanged views on issues related to the "Silk Road Economy and Ecological Peer"; and at the invitation of the Chinese Embassy in Switzerland,  the embassy hosted the "Area along with Switzerland" forum to further prioritize the relationship with Switzerland.

President Hao Jiming,(2nd to right), and vice president Li Junyang(2nd to left) attended the "area along with Switzerland" forum

President Hao Jiming, Vice President Li Junyang, and his entourage exchanged views at the UN Environmental Building in Switzerland with Sheng Fu, Director of the Economic and Trade Department of the United Nations Environmental Program.

Additionally, President Hao Jiming pointed out in the exchange that the Chinese government  has actively put forward the strategy of "bringing all the way along the way",  which is essentially the idea that all nations involved will be benefited by these trade developments; and that no country would be left behind or disadvantaged. The association also actively participated in and reinforced the importance of social movements and dialogue, and is currently leading the construction of China's "Silk Road Economy" through international cooperation and a robust development platform. Overall, the meeting was to welcome new delegates of the Chinese mission to Switzerland  to the United Nations Environment Program Cooperation, which will help develop China's green ecological investment and technology initiatives , export mechanisms, and to  build upon the impetus to work together to create high-end ecological global strategic think tanks.

Vice president Li Junyang remarked upon the proposed "one way" strategy, stating that for its success, it is imperative that the construction of the national levels need to complement each other; from the actual operation and implementation level needs, to the policy level and personnel appointments. He also stated that it is necessary to build a hierarchical implementation, such as the following examples: Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) Facilities, investment, and cooperation; national industrial sectors and large state-owned enterprises and their need for capacity cooperation and the advantages of technology transfer; cooperation among the national business support sector,  and their relationship to non-governmental trade and business-oriented international economic and trade; cooperation among the government divisions of state function and their participation in the management and remediation measures such as environmental protection and cultural understanding;  cooperation from the grassroots level of various areas of the promotion of civil power, such as tourism, humanities, insurance and other innovative social mechanisms; future cooperation from  "Silk Road economy" green Financial support platforms; as well as finally, overall cooperation in the areas of eco-green investment, strategic infrastructure design, and sustainable capacity building in member companies and countries in the United Nations Environmental Program.

Sheng Fu, in his capacity as Director of the United Nations Environment Program, actively participated in the development of the Ministry of Environmental Protection in China. Along the way, he  helped to build a green alliance, which will help Chinese enterprises in Africa, which will help carry out the training of Chinese enterprises and other businesses so that they meet environmental standards set forth by the United Nations system.

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