Qin Gang, China’s ambassador to the U.S., said on Friday during an agricultural trip to the Midwest that China and the U.S., as two major agricultural countries, should carry out in-depth cooperation in areas such as agricultural technology, climate action and sustainable development.
“I believe that as China pursues high-quality development, our demand for agricultural green development technologies and services will be as strong as the demand for agricultural products,” China Daily quoted him in U.S.-China Sustainability and Climate-Smart Agriculture words. Roundtable discussion in St. Louis, Missouri.
“Our markets will remain open, and we will continue to share tremendous opportunities with American farmers, businesses, institutions and companies that want to work with China,” Qin said.
Both China and the United States are large agricultural countries. “Promoting sustainable agriculture and protecting global food security for future generations is our shared responsibility,” the ambassador said.
In April, the ambassador and his entourage went to the Midwest of the United States for a three-state trip, calling on China and the United States to strengthen cooperation on sustainable agricultural development, and stressed the need to strengthen information exchanges and agricultural restoration. Dialogue mechanism “as soon as possible”.
He also met many American farmers and friends who are committed to Sino-US agricultural cooperation. China. “
“I saw how the seeds of this collaboration took root in the vast heartland,” Qin said. “I promised my friends in the heartland: see you at harvest. So today I’m back.”
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(Cover: Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Qin Gang inspects Kimberley Farms in Iowa, Midwest U.S., April 22, 2022. /CFP)