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Exclusive interview with Foreign Ministry official on summit

Reporter: Su Yuting 丨 CCTV.com

12-03-2015 17:19 BJT

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The Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation begins Friday in Johannesburg, South Africa. The two-day summit will be held under the theme: “Africa-China Progressing Together: Win-Win Cooperation for Common Development”.

For more, CCTV reporter Su Yuting interviewed Lin Songtian, the director general of the Department of African Affairs of China's Foreign Ministry. He's also the secretary general of the China-Africa Cooperation Forum China Follow-up Committee.

Q1: The Forum on China-Africa Cooperation Johannesburg Summit is the first such summit to be held on the African continent. It's also the first-ever large international overseas event of its kind organized by the Chinese government there. What will the summit mean for the development of China-Africa ties?

Q2: What concrete actions do you think China will take to help Africa achieve independent and self-reliant sustainable development? "



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