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Parties sign initiative to boost China-Kenya integration

Updated: 2016-02-28 23:00
By Hou Liqiang and Lucie Morangi in Nairobi, Kenya (chinadaily.com.cn)

Parties sign initiative to boost China-Kenya integration

Ambassador Liu Xianfa makes a speech at the signing ceremony. HOU LIQIANG/CHINA DAILY

The Chinese embassy, expatriates and institutions in Kenya signed an initiative on Sunday in the country’s capital Nairobi, aimed at better integrating into the local community.

The Kenya wildlife protection society welcomed the initiative, as great importance is attached to wildlife protection as one of the six clauses in the initiative.

It also vows to "comply with local laws and regulations" and "proactively integrate with the local community and work for a harmonious and good-neighborhood environment".

Vows about fulfilling social responsibilities to make "a win-win outcome for the sake of corporate and community common development" and join hands to "achieve the Chinese Dream of great rejuvenation and the Kenya Version 2030" are also included. The Principal Secretary for the Environment, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Kenya, Charles Sunkuli and Chinese ambassador to Kenya Liu Xianfa attended the signing ceremony.

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