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Chief Executive John Lee (back row, second right) and Mainland officials witness the signing of the “Hong Kong/Chongqing Co-operation Conference Mechanism” and the “Co-operation Memorandum of the High-Level Meeting & First Plenary Session of the Hong Kong/Chongqing Co-operation Conference”. (Photo from news.gov.hk)

HK, Chongqing establish a cooperation mechanism

The parties will work together in 11 areas, including the Belt & Road Initiative.

Hong Kong and Chongqing have joined hands to establish a mechanism strengthening the cooperation between the two cities.

The Conference Mechanism will cover 11 cooperation areas, including finance, innovation and technology, logistics, cultural exchange and tourism, education, talent exchange, youth development, legal and dispute resolution, health and Chinese medicine, and facilitation for the city's citizens in the Mainland.

The two parties will also work on areas such as the Belt and Road Initiative, economy, trade, and investment.

Chief Executive John Lee said the relationship between the city and Chongqing has always been very close, and both played crucial unique roles under the Mainland's blueprint.

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