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Foreign envoys on China's two sessions
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Foreign envoys on China's two sessions

Siyabonga Cyprian Cwele, South African ambassador to China

I'm looking forward to the two sessions.

If there's an ambassador who misses the two sessions, I believe they would miss the whole.

Because it's a meeting where the Chinese government maps out the plans for the year, maps out the resources that are to be allocated for the year, the expectations and projected growth and areas where they are focusing in terms of development.

We are very interested in China's growth and the approaches in terms of the development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

We will be looking very carefully at how the plans for the development are going to be executed and implemented so that we can interact better with the Chinese people in this field.

Pick Fung Ho-Chong, ambassador of the Republic of Suriname to China

I attended the two sessions for the first time last year. It was really eye-opening, structural, and very well organized. I learned a lot. I'm very happy to be invited and I look forward to attending the next one.

The two sessions is very important for us because foreign diplomatic envoys have to be informed of everything here in China, whether at the political level or others.

We follow and see what is implemented and what are we going to expect.

We will choose the official English version of the Government Work Report because we don't want to get things wrong. We have to report back to our headquarters and then translate it into our official Dutch language.

We check online and China Daily after the opening meeting of the National People's Congress. Yi

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