On September 13 local time, Lin Bin, deputy director of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Beijing Sub-council, led the economic and trade delegation to attend, in the Republic of Montenegro, the 22nd Milocer Development Forum themed on “Globalization and the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’”.
In the speech, Lin Bin indicated that, Beijing and Montenegro already had a good foundation of economic and trade cooperation, so the two parties should work together to find common interests, and chambers of commerce and business associations of both sides could accomplish greater achievements. She proposed to further strengthen cooperation between chambers of commerce of Beijing and Montenegro to boost bilateral economic and trade development, and focus on carrying out pragmatic cooperation in five aspects concerning supporting enterprises of both sides to participate in sales exhibitions and economic and trade negotiations, jointly establishing an information sharing mechanism, promoting the "Internet + Trade Promotion" work pattern, co-organizing special trainings for managerial personnel and members of chambers of commerce, and synergistically representing the benefit of industrial and commercial circles. Her proposal received positive responses from the Economist and Administrator Association of the Republic of Montenegro, the Baltic Management and Development Association, and other chambers of commerce and business associations in Montenegro.
Issues for the 22nd Milocer Development Forum include education and Chinese culture, economic cooperation along the Belt and Road, tourism cooperation, investment cooperation, and business cooperation of “16+1” China-Central and Eastern European countries, and the “One Belt and One Road Initiative” and the World Expo. Cui Zhiwei, Chinese Ambassador to the Republic of Montenegro, and Duško Marković, prime minister of the Republic Montenegro attended the forum.