Premier Li Keqiang called on the member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization to strengthen connectivity in order to achieve greater regional integrated development and maintain the resilience and stability of industrial and supply chains.
The 22nd meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the SCO also released a number of statements and documents on safeguarding global food security, international energy security, addressing climate change, and maintaining a secure, stable and diversified supply chain.
China’s extraordinary development, which has shaped the world’s largest middle class, its modernization of foodservice and retail sectors, upgraded infrastructure, and broadening market access to foreign products, has made Irish food and drink exports to China more than quadrupled in the past decade.
Facing challenges in the global food security, enhancing the productivity of agricultural industry and smoothening the supply chains require more efforts to promote the services trade in the agriculture sector
The report highlighted Chinese contributions, both at the policy and local levels, that are playing crucial roles in boosting Africa's supply chain development.