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22 September 2022, 12:14

CITIC Construction top manager affirms Lukashenko's popularity in China

Yang Jianqiang
Yang Jianqiang

MINSK, 22 September (BelTA) - You have a lot of fans in China, Yang Jianqiang, First Deputy President of CITIC Construction Co., Ltd., said as he met with Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko in Minsk on 22 September, BelTA has learned.

The Chinese guest thanked the Belarusian head of state for the opportunity to meet. “You have a lot of fans in China,” said Yang Jianqiang.

He noted that he has been working in Belarus since 2007 and during those 15 years he has been responsible for a number of major investment projects in the country.

“Today is our ninth meeting. This is a great honor for me. Thank you for your years-long unwavering support for our corporation,” the Chinese representative said.

“The leaders of our corporation have instructed me to convey their warm greetings and best wishes, first of all good health and wellbeing wishes, to you,” said Yang Jianqiang.

The international engineering company CITIC Construction Co., Ltd. was established in November 2002. It is a subsidiary of China's largest state-run financial corporation CITIC Group. Its business covers turnkey construction projects, including industrial, infrastructure, and sports facilities, export-import deliveries of mechanical and electronic equipment. The company implements projects in the CIS countries, Southeast Asia, South America, the Middle East and Africa. In 2007, it was one of the first Chinese engineering companies to start operations in Belarus.

The company is currently implementing three investment projects in Belarus. These are the construction of a potassium processing plant for IOOO Slavkaliy, the construction of a mixed-use hotel and business complex in Minsk near Pobeditelei Avenue and the construction of a high-tech agro-industrial full cycle facility for BNBC.

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