On May 18th, the Director of the Cooperation Department of the Ministry of Agriculture of Ghana and Ministerial Advisor Asante Krobea Emmanuel visited Dejian InternationalCO.,LTD.In the Dejian International Conference Room, the two sides held an exchange meeting. Li Ruiguo, general manager of Dejian International, Wang Chong, general manager of China Railway Bridge International Corporation Ghana Branch, Xu Hongfeng, deputy general manager of Dejian International, Huang Meng and related department managers attended the forum.
At the meeting, Li Ruiguo first expressed his warm welcome to the arrival of Asante Krobea Emmanuel, and introduced the experience of solar energy-related industries in Dezhou City and the project related to solar energy industry that Dejian participated in overseas. By watching the promotional film of Dejian Holdings, the overall strength and performance of Dejian was fully demonstrated to the guests.The two sides expressed their support not only in the corn and rice processing mill project, but also in the future on how to use solar energy to develop agricultural irrigation, land remediation, animal husbandry, juice processing and other aspects.Actively responding to President Xi Jinping's call, following the country's "One Belt, One Road" initiative, continuously benefiting the two peoples and promoting the sustainable development of China-Africa cooperation.After the talks, Asante Krobea Emmanuel and his fellow visited the Dejian International Exhibition Hall.
The arrival of the Director of the Cooperation Department of the Ministry of Agriculture of Ghana, Asante Krobea Emmanuel, has played a positive role in promoting the implementation of the solar mill project signed by both parties. It will further promote the establishment of long-term and stable partnerships between the two parties, and continuously explore and discover new areas of cooperation. Actively cultivate new business growth points and contribute Chinese power to the development of agriculture and solar energy industry in Ghana.