China and another two Arab countries sign MOUs on the Belt and Road Initiative

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi Wednesday held talks with foreign ministers of Tunisia and Libya respectively.

Wang Yi and Jhinaoui signed a MOU on the Belt and Road Initiative. (Chinese foreign ministry website)

During his meeting with Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui, Wang called on both sides to implement the results of the CASCF and prepare for the FOCAC Beijing Summit to be held in September.

He also encouraged both countries to strengthen cooperation under the Belt and Road framework, dig up both sides' potentials and continue to advance cooperation on major projects.

Jhinaoui said Tunisia hopes to become a key pivot of the Belt and Road Initiative in North Africa.

The two countries signed a MOU on the Belt and Road Initiative after the talks.

Wang Yi and Sayala signed a MOU on the Belt and Road Initiative. (Chinese foreign ministry website)

During his talks with Mohammed Sayala, Foreign Minister of the Government of National Accord of Libya, Wang said China is willing to keep making efforts to promote the political settlement of the Libya issue, expressing the hope that the North African country will return to the track to peace, stability and rule of law at an early date.

Sayala said Libya hopes China will actively participate in the country's reconstruction process and welcomes more Chinese investment in Libya.

The two sides also signed a MOU on the Belt and Road Initiative.

All the foreign ministers were here to attend the eighth ministerial meeting of CASCF held Tuesday in Beijing.

Editor: 曹家宁
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