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Joint Carnival Held Between Ruili and Muse
Update:2015-10-03       

Wu and Cai are talking

  At the invitation of Wuguang Sanwu, administrator of Muse, Myanmar, Cai Sihong, secretary of municipal Party committee of Ruili, Yang Xianghong, mayor of Ruili, Lichuan, director of the standing committee of Ruili, and Yin Ninghua, chairman of political consultative committee of Ruili, came to Muse to join a carnival with local people.

  During the carnival, Wuguang Sanwu and Cai Sihong delivered speeches respectively, saying that the two sides will jointly endeavor to maintain the ever-lasting China-Myanmar friendship and make contributions to bilateral trade, national development, cultural exchanges, social stability and so on.

 

Cai Sihong is making a speech

 

Wu Guang Sanwu is making a speech

  A pattern featuring economic interaction, mutual dependence, opening of ports, coordinated industrial developments, sharing of resources as well as sharing of markets has long been formed between Ruili and Muse. Especially in recent years, mutual communication has been pushed forward to a further degree with the implementation of regular meeting mechanism, which will be significant for the deepening of cooperation on border affairs and bilateral friendship. With the establishment of Ruili-Muse cross border economic cooperation zone, RMB settlement procedure, as well as cross border transportation, etc, cross border cooperation will embrace a brighter future.

  On October 2, 2012, Ruili and Muse became sister cities officially, making the two a model for win-win development. With the advancement of gateway establishment as well the development of Ruili Experimental Zone, Ruili-Muse will strive to explore a pattern characterized by international urbanization and coordination between central cities at border areas. In addition, a new economic cooperation platform will be set up by the two cities based on land ports to make mutual economic exchanges closer, in an attempt to build a “frontier prosperity” on the basis of geographical adjacency, complementarities of economic elements, similarities of culture, and consistency of international practices.