Zambia has launched a Chinese-funded digital television project that will see 500 villages in the southern African nation access satellite television services.
A Memorandum of Understanding on Cross Border Railway signed between the two sides during the visit has paved a way for further enhancing cross-border connectivity between the two countries in the days to come.
Premier Li Keqiang and visiting Papua New Guinea counterpart Peter O'Neill oversaw the signing of multiple agreements on Thursday that boost cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative and in other areas.
The government of China in partnership with Kenya's Ministry of Information Communication and Technology rolled out the 800 Villages Digital Television Project on Thursday, which aims to bring satellite television services to 47 counties in Kenya.
The Village Satellite Television Project, a Chinese government initiative project announced during the forum for China - Africa cooperation held in Johannesburg, South Africa, was launched in Ombella-M’poko on May 16.
China and Kyrgyzstan on Wednesday agreed to establish a comprehensive strategic partnership.
A handover ceremony of US$1 million emergency humanitarian aid from the Government of the People’s Republic of China to help fight Ebola was held at the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation on May 29.