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UNESCO will develop cooperation with China

UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova said in an interview with Xinhua that the organization plans to develop cooperation with China.

In March 2014, President Xi Jinping delivered a speech at UNESCO Headquarters and exchanged experience on China's development experience and concept. This was the first visit of the President of China to UNESCO, which shows that the state supports cooperation with an international organization. As Bokova noted, his proposals are in high agreement with the ideas of UNESCO.

During the next visit to China, Bokova plans to discuss further cooperation and collaboration. In particular, the areas of world heritage protection, environmental change and ecological diversity, in which China has gained rich experience, are of interest.

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