汉口可以放水的店：Opening of the first conference of the Boao Forum for Asia International Technology and Innovation Forum
Opening of the first conference of the Boao Forum for Asia International Technology and Innovation Forum
Our newspaper, Macau, November 10th (Reporter Mao Lei) The first conference of the Boao Forum for Asia International Technology and Innovation Forum was held in Macau on the morning of November 10.Ban Ki-moon, Chairman of the Boao Forum for Asia (video link), Ho Houhua, chairman of the conference, Zhou Xiaochuan, vice chairman of the forum and chief representative of China, Forum director Arroyo, former president of the Philippines (video link), He Yicheng, Chief Executive of the Macao Special Administrative Region, Hong KongThe Chief Executive of the Special Administrative Region, Carrie Lam, delivered speeches respectively,Li Baodong, Secretary General of the Forum presided over the opening ceremony.
All participating parties said,Technological innovation is the most important force to promote the progress of human civilization.Science knows no borders,Promoting technological innovation and strengthening technological governance are inseparable from international cooperation.Against the background that the new crown pneumonia epidemic has brought great challenges to countries around the world,The holding of the International Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation will help promote the transformation of growth patterns in various countries.To achieve recovery after the epidemic,Promote sustainable development.
The first conference of the Boao Forum for Asia International Technology and Innovation Forum was co-hosted by the Boao Forum for Asia and the Macao SAR government.The theme of the conference is “Innovation Empowers Sustainable Development”,Bringing together nearly a hundred heavyweight speakers and nearly a thousand representatives from 18 countries and regions,Become an important platform for international exchanges and cooperation in the field of scientific and technological innovation.
”People’s Daily” (November 11, 2020 version 10)