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International diplomats embark on visit to Guizhou

eguizhou.gov.cn| Updated: 2024-06-05 Print


A delegation of ambassadors, diplomats, and representatives of foreign institutions visit the Guizhou Big Data Exhibition Center. [Photo/ddcpc website]

A delegation of 24 ambassadors, diplomats, and representatives of foreign institutions in China from 15 countries, such as Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, and Burkina Faso, embarked on a five-day journey to Southwest China's Guizhou province on June 3.

The Guizhou Big Data Exhibition Center showcases the development of Guizhou's big data industry and is the delegation's first stop. At the center, they learned about the integration of Guizhou's big data with the real economy, public services, social governance, rural vitalization, and other fields.

As China's first comprehensive big data pilot zone, Guizhou left a deep impression on the delegation with its achievements in deep integration across multiple fields, such as local company's online medical service platform, enabling high-quality medical resources to reach local hospitals and patients directly.

Iven Zyuulu, Zambian ambassador to China, believes that China is experiencing rapid development in infrastructure, technology, innovation, and modernization. As a developing country, Zambia is delighted to cooperate with China. "With China's technology and assistance, we can follow such a development path," Zyuulu said.

The visit will last until June 7. The delegation will also visit Anshun city and Qiannan Bouyei and Miao autonomous prefecture to learn about Guizhou's achievements in infrastructure construction.

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