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Vice President Xie Yuan Meets with President Günter Titsch of INTERKULTURE

Time:2018-11-14Editor:Wang BoResource:China International Friendship Cities AssociationPrintingSize:LargeMediumSmall

On November 14th , Vice President Xie Yuan of CPAFFC and CIFCA met with President Günter Titsch of INTERKULTURE who is invited to attend China International Friendship Cities Conference 2018.

Vice President Xie welcomed President Titsch to attend the Conference. Xie said that China International Friendship Cities Conference is one of the most important platforms that we have build to promote the exchanges between Chinese and foreign local governments. President Titsch has attended the conference for many times. Under his leadership, INTERKULTURE has built a bridge of friendship among different nations through the channel of music. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Xie hoped that in this historic year, the two organizations will actively participate in their respective activities and continue to develop close contacts so as to build a platform for Sino-German and Sino-European civil and local governments exchanges and jointly promote world peace.

President Titsch expressed his gratitude for inviting him to attend the Conference and his appreciation for the contribution that CPAFFC and CIFCA have made to Chinese and foreign civil and local governments exchanges over the years. INTERKULTURE is willing to work closely with our association to strengthen cultural exchanges at local and regional level between China and Germany and other European countries respectively.

 

 

 

 

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