Embassy of China in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in Southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers. It is bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the southwest, Zambia to the northwest and Mozambique to the east. The capital is Harare. Zimbabwe achieved de jure sovereignty from the United Kingdom in April 1980, following 14 years as an unrecognised state under the conservative white minority government of Rhodesia, which unilaterally declared independence in 1965. Read More


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Address:

58 Golden Stairs Road, Mount Pleasant, Harare

Tel:

+263 4 332760 / 1 / 2

Fax:

+263 4 334716

Email:

chinaemb_zw@mfa.gov.cn

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The year 2010 marked the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of Zimbabwe. Bilateral relations grew steadily and made positive progress.


The two countries maintained frequent high-level exchanges. In April, President Hu Jintao, Premier Wen Jiabao and Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi exchanged congratulatory messages with President Robert Gabriel Mugabe, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and Minister of Foreign Affairs Simbarashe Mumbengegwi on the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations. From 30 May to 2 June, member of the Political Bureau of CPC Central Committee and CPPCC Vice Chairman Wang Gang led a CPC delegation to Zimbabwe and met with leaders of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front and the Movement for Democracy led by Mr. Morgan Tsvangirai.


From 11 to 13 August, President Mugabe visited China for the National Pavilion Day of Zimbabwe at the Shanghai World Expo and toured Anhui and Beijing . President Hu Jintao and Vice President Xi Jinping met with him separately in Beijing . Both sides indicated their readiness to further deepen cooperation in all fields and promote continued progress in bilateral relations.


From 9 to 19 August, Vice President Joyce Mujuru attended the China-Africa Agriculture Cooperation Forum in China. From 20 to 26 October, Vice President John Nkomo visited China for the 11th Western China International Fair held in Chengdu and the World Expo in Shanghai . From 6 to 17 September, Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara attended the World Investment Forum 2010 of UNCTAD and the 2010 Summer Davos in Tianjin and visited Shanghai for the World Expo. Vice President Xi Jinping met with him in Xiamen . From 24 to 30 October, Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe toured the World Expo in Shanghai and visited Guangzhou.


From 25 February to 2 March, Minister of Foreign Affairs Mumbengegwi paid an official visit to China, during which he met with Vice President Xi Jinping, held talks with Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi, and the two sides signed the Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation Between the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe.


Vice Governor of Anhui Province Hua Jianhui, Member of the MFA Foreign Policy Advisory Group Ji Peiding, Executive Vice Governor of Hubei Province Li Xiansheng, Vice President of All-China Women's Federation Zhen Yan, Vice Minister of Commerce Jiang Zengwei, Vice Governor of Sichuan Province Zhong Mian, Vice Minister of Agriculture Wei Chaoan and President of the Chinese People's Association for Friendship


with Foreign Countries Chen Haosu visited Zimbabwe on separate occasions in 2010. From the Zimbabwean side, Finance Minister Tendai Biti and Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development Nicholas Goche visited China together, and General Constantine Chiwenga, Commander of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces and David Coltart, Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture visited China separately. A number of Zimbabwean ministers attended relevant international conferences in China.


Economic cooperation and trade developed steadily. In July, Vice Minister of Commerce Jiang Zengwei co-chaired the 8th meeting of the China-Zimbabwe Joint Commission on Economy and Trade with Minister of Foreign Affairs Mumbengegwi in Harare. Construction of the rural schools undertaken by China and outlined in the outcomes of the FOCAC Beijing Summit was completed, and good progress was made in other projects including the demonstration center of agricultural technology and hospitals. The two sides agreed on the Zimbabwe-related projects under the eight new measures proposed at the Fourth FOCAC Ministerial Conference.


Cultural and people-to-people exchanges were active and achieved notable results. In April, Vice Chairman of Chinese Football Association Zhu Heyuan led the under-19 national team to Zimbabwe, and the Shanghai Art Troupe visited Zimbabwe and took part in the Harare International Festival of the Arts. In May, the China Disabled People's Performing Art Troupe visited Zimbabwe. In September, President of Renmin University of China Ji Baocheng visited Zimbabwe and hosted the "Confucius Institute Week" event. In October, a Confucius culture delegation from Shangdong Province visited Zimbabwe.


In November, the "2010 Brightness Trip" event was held in Zimbabwe successfully and was well-received, during which 307 local cataract patients underwent surgery. In August, a Zimbabwe cultural and art troupe visited China for the National Pavilion Day of Zimbabwe at the World Expo, and the Exhibition of Zimbabwean Stone Sculpture was held in Gansu Province. About 300 governmental officials and technicians from Zimbabwe received training in China in 2010.


If you are from China and you wish to visit Zimbabwe, Please Visit Zimbabwe Embassy in China

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