China and the Indian Ocean explore new new cooperation in blue economy
The一线资讯 2nd China -Indian Ocean Development Cooperation Forum opened on the 8th in Kunming, Yunnan.The theme of the sub -forum hosted by Yunnan University of Finance and Economics is based on the theme of "China -Indian Ocean Area", attracting government officials, experts and scholars from China, India, Iran, Sri Lanka and other countries and regions to participate in the discussion.The meeting explored a new way to carry out cooperation in the blue economy.
Zhao Fengtao, deputy director of the National International Development Cooperation Agency of China, proposed some cooperation directions, including strengthening the development cooperation in the fields of marine technology, biology, tourism, fishery and new energy, and actively developing the blue industry according to the actual situation of different regions.In addition, he also emphasized the importance of promoting the interconnection of the maritime, accelerating the construction of marine infrastructure such as submarine cables and ports, and creating a smooth and efficient maritime transportation channel.He also mentioned the construction of blue partnerships and actively carried out two -pointer and South -South cooperation.In terms of marine planning, marine observation forecast, and marine ecological protection, he also emphasized the importance of strengthening technical training and capacity building, and improving the importance of scientific use of marine resources and the development of blue economy.
Ali Farkry from Iran said that for many developing countries, the sustainable development of the blue economy, the protection of biodiversity, and the protection of water resources are important priorities.He made some suggestions, including expanding the port of northern Iran, strengthening marine transportation, and protecting biodiversity and marine resources.
Sri Lanka's executive secretary of the Ministry of Finance of the Ministry of Finance said that the "Belt and Road" initiative provided huge development potential for cooperation in various fields such as Chinese and Indian countries in various fields such as China and the Indian Ocean.He said that the road of sustainable economic development is not independently completed by any country and region, but requires joint efforts.
The founder of the "New South Asian Forum", Sutindera Kurkani, emphasized the concept of "the same ocean" in the forum, arguing that the ocean is inseparable and promoted the diversity of culture and civilization around the world.He believes that if the blue economy can sustainable, it will bring significant benefits in terms of fisheries, aquaculture, underground minerals and tourism.