Beijing, the 12th edition of the China-Italy Science, Technology and Innovation Week opened
The 12th edition of the China-Italy Science, Technology and Innovation Week was opened on November 28 at Shougang Park in Beijing. This year’s event is a two-day event dedicated to the theme “High-Tech Olympic Games and High-Quality Development”, during which more than 500 delegates participated in in-depth exchanges and discussions in the areas of science and technology for the Winter Olympic Games, smart manufacturing, the art and design industry, cultural heritage preservation, and innovation. Youth, the next generation of computing.
The Chinese Minister of Science and Technology, Yin Hejun, sent a video welcome message to the week, while the Chinese Vice Minister of Science and Technology, Zhang Guangjun, and the Italian Minister of Universities and Research, Anna Maria Bernini, participated in the week’s activities. Opening ceremony and speeches. The Italian Ambassador to China, Massimo Ambrosetti, participated in the opening ceremony.
In his welcome video message, Chinese Minister of Science and Technology Yin Hejun said: “Italy is an important partner of China in scientific and technological innovation, and this year marks the 45th anniversary of the signing of the Sino-Italian intergovernmental agreement on science and technology.” Technology cooperation. At this important moment, as the most relevant platform for scientific and technological exchange and cooperation between the two countries, the week is held in person for the first time after the Covid-19 epidemic, and has historical significance.
Anna Maria Bernini, Italian Minister of Universities and Research, said: “The week represents a scientific opportunity of great value for both countries. This is an opportunity to further enhance each other’s superiority in various scientific sectors and face future challenges together through scientific research. We hope that China and Italy can achieve common goals.” Through cooperation and dialogue in various fields.
Zhang Guangjun, Chinese Vice Minister of Science and Technology, put forward four proposals to promote scientific and technological innovation between China and Italy, in order to jointly confront challenges: “First, it is necessary to strengthen high-level cooperation, and adopt the implementation of the important consensuses that emerged from the meeting between the presidents of the two countries as a direction.” “To work and jointly identify priority areas of cooperation. Secondly, it is important to focus on key areas and deepen the potential for cooperation. Thirdly, it is important to fully exploit the role of cooperation mechanisms and platforms. Finally, it is necessary to strengthen people-to-people exchanges in order to improve mutual trust and enhance friendship.”
The opening ceremony also witnessed the signing of four China-Italy innovation cooperation projects.
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