Jiangxi visit promotes China links
A delegation from China’s Jiangxi Province has visited Melbourne to explore trade and industry links with Victoria.
President of the Legislative Council Bruce Atkinson and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Telmo Languiller welcomed the delegation to Parliament House.
Led by Mr Qiang Wei, Communist Party Secretary of Jiangxi Province and Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Jiangxi Provincial People's Congress, the delegation’s interests included agriculture, mining and tourism.
The Victorian Parliament's Presiding Officers welcomed Mr Qiang Wei and his delegation to Parliament House
Jiangxi Province is located in the southeast of China. It has vast mineral deposits including copper, tungsten, gold and silver.
Agriculture is also a major industry. Jiangxi Province is the largest producer of kumquats in China.
During its visit to Parliament House, the delegation met with Premier Daniel Andrews.
Signing of the visitor's book at Parliament House
- Published: Tuesday, 23 June 2015 17:10