People's Daily Online, Bangkok, November 24th (Reporter Sun Guangyong) On November 23rd, the East Timor Association of Chinese Enterprises donated cultural and sports goods to coffee farmers and children in Dongshan District in Dili. Geng Xiewei, Economic and Commercial Counselor of the Embassy in East China, Ivangelino, President of East Coffee Association, representatives of East Agriculture and Fisheries Department, representatives of East Chinese Enterprises Association, representatives of coffee farmers, and student representatives participated in the event.
Counselor Geng Xiewei pointed out that the donation of stationery and sports goods by the Eastern Chinese Enterprises Association to Eastern coffee farmers’ families is one of the series of activities to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Middle East. , and also pay attention to the life and study of children in mountainous areas, helping children's academic progress and healthy and happy growth. He said that China will take the opportunity of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations with the Middle East and the successful visit of State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi to continue to work with the East to promote the implementation of global development initiatives, promote the high-quality joint construction of the "Belt and Road", and help Timor-Leste coffee restoration plan Implementation to promote the revitalization of the coffee industry in East China.
Wang Ligang, president of the Eastern Chinese Enterprises Association, said that Chinese-funded enterprises in Eastern China have been deeply involved in the Eastern market for a long time, get along well with the Eastern community and the people, and have deep feelings. We will continue to actively fulfill our social responsibilities, pay attention to and care for vulnerable groups, and help Timor-Leste to develop its economy and improve people's livelihood.
Evangelino, president of the Eastern Coffee Association, thanked China for its long-term support and assistance in the development of the coffee industry in Eastern Africa, improving the income level and quality of life of coffee farmers. He said that the generous donation from the Chinese Enterprise Association has effectively enriched the learning and entertainment conditions for children of coffee farmers in mountainous areas, and further interpreted the connotation of the profound friendship between the two peoples in the Middle East.
Wang Ligang, President of the Chinese Enterprise Association, and Ivangelino, President of the East Timor Coffee Association, signed the donation document. This time, the Timor-Leste Chinese Enterprise Association donated the stationery and sports equipment to the children of coffee farmers in mountainous areas, and entrusted the East Timor Coffee Association to hand over. These include schoolbags, pencil cases, footballs, basketballs, etc., worth about $2,700.
After the ceremony, Counselor Geng Xiewei was interviewed by local media.
(Editors in charge: Yan Meng, Chang Hong)
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