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Delegation trip to Beijing, 13 Oct 2014

 

This was the Alliance’s 5th delegation trip to Beijing. During this one-week trip, we had fruitful meetings with ambassadors and diplomatic envoys from over 30 countries, either at their embassies or at our cocktail reception. We met with diplomats from different embassies, including France & Russia, for discussion on various cooperation proposals with their countries. In addition, we are happy to establish friendly relationship with five new countries in this trip, including Jamaica, Kenya, Rwanda, Vietnam and Yemen.  We have received very positive feedback and comments from different countries on the Alliance’s two recent new initiatives: 1) The First Ladies Association; 2) The idea of upgrading the Alliance into an organization similar to the United Nations.  


On Oct 13, 2014, the first day of our trip, we have visited the following embassies: Republic of Guinea, Laos, Rwanda and Yemen. 

 

H.E. Dr. Ibrahima Sory Sow, Ambassador of Guinea to P.R.C. (middle); Mr. Alen Yu, our Executive Assistant Chairman (2nd from right) at the Embassy of the Republic of Guinea

Meeting at the Embassy of Lao PDR - H.E. Mr. Somdy Bounkhoum, Ambassador of Lao PDR to P.R.C. (2nd from right); Mr. Sathiane Phouthabandid, Minister Counselor of Lao PDR (1st from right); Mr. Sunny Wong, our Executive Chairman (3rd from right) 

H.E. Mr. Charles Kayonga, Ambassador of Rwanda to P.R.C. (4th from left); Mr. Sunny Wong, our Executive Chairman (4th from right) at the Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda

Visit to the Embassy of the Republic of Yemen - Mr. Sunny Wong, our Executive Chairman (2nd from right) presented souvenir to Dr. Aniss Mohamed Qudar, Minister and Charge d’ Affaires of Embassy of Yemen (2nd from left);

 

We were glad to have our first meetings with the diplomats of the Republic of Rwanda and the Republic of Yemen during this delegation trip.  


At the Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda, we were greeted and warmly welcomed by Ambassador Charles Kayonga and Counselor Virgile Rwanyagatare who had tried to contact us for a meeting during this summer for discussion on potential cooperation, as instructed by their government.  Our Executive Chairman, Mr. Sunny Wong presented an update of the Alliance’s recent activities and donations to different countries for economic development and humanitarian assistance, as well as our work in promoting peaceful relations among the two Koreas and between the State of Palestine and Israel. Mr. Wong also introduced the Alliance’s two recent new initiatives as mentioned above, and highlighted that the Alliance would offer sponsorship to third-world countries and some small countries for their membership fees after the Alliance’s upgrade into an organization similar to the United Nations.  Ambassador Kayonga expressed his appreciation on the Alliance’s peace work and will report our various initiatives to his government. He also conveyed to us that the Alliance’s letter of cooperation proposal has already been sent to his government for consideration. The Alliance would offer scholarship to three students from Rwanda, both Mr. Ambassador and Mr. Counsellor were pleased to accept this offer.  
  

We met with Minister Dr. Aniss Mohamed Qudar who is the Charge d’ Affaires at the Embassy of the Republic of Yemen for the first time, where we talked about the latest developments of the Alliance, including the Alliance’s two recent new initiatives.   Minster Qudar commented highly on our work in promoting world peace through economic development and humanitarian aid and would report our various initiatives to his government for potential cooperation. He also informed us that he had passed our letter of proposal regarding the First Ladies Association to his government and would keep contact with us for further progress. We have extended our invitation to Minister Qudar for visiting the Alliance’s Office in Hong Kong to further explore on the potential collaboration between his country and the Alliance. In addition, Mr. Minister was very pleased to learn about our offer of scholarship to three students from Yemen and would like to keep in touch with the Alliance for further cooperation.  


We paid a second visit to the Embassy of the Republic of Guinea, after the meeting in our last Beijing trip in June this year. We were honored to meet with H.E. Dr. Ibrahima Sory Sow, the new Ambassador of Guinea and their counsellors. Our Assistant Executive Chairman presented a brief update of the Alliance’s recent activities and initiatives, and co-operations with different countries to Mr. Ambassador. His Excellency was deeply impressed by our peace work and commented highly on the Alliance’s effort in advocating economic development and humanitarian aid.  H.E. also appreciated the Alliance’s proposal of creating a Special Economic Zone in Crimea, with all the profits made from the economic projects go to charities in Ukraine, Russia, Crimea, the third world countries and developing countries, and commented that this would be a good and peaceful way to resolve the issue .  


Mr. Ambassador briefed us on the current development of his country and their needs. His Excellency has conveyed to us that he has received positive feedback from his government on the Alliance’s First Ladies Association, and he is looking forward to developing close working relationship with the Alliance in different aspects for the benefits of the people of Guinea, in areas such as education, medical, trade and humanitarian assistance. We will maintain close contacts with each other for furtherance of our cooperation. 


At the Embassy of the Lao PDR, we had a meeting with Ambassador Somdy Bounkhoum and Minister Counselor Sathiane Phouthabandid. Our Executive Chairman, Mr. Sunny Wong introduced the Alliance’s recent new initiatives of the establishment of the First Ladies Association and upgrading the Alliance into an organization similar to the United Nations, with reference to the structure of the United Nations.  Ambassador Bounkhoum highly complimented our work in promotion of world peace through economic development and humanitarian assistance. In addition, His Excellency informed us that our letter of proposal has already been sent to his government for consideration, and he has extended his invitation to us to visit his country for potential cooperation with the Alliance. Ambassador Bounkhoum and Minister Counselor Phouthabandid were very happy to know that the Alliance would offer scholarship to three students from Laos. 


We were happy to receive positive feedback from the diplomats on the Alliance’s recent initiatives, and we look forward to having further collaboration with their countries, as well as the joining of the First Ladies/respectful ladies from these countries to the Alliance for enhancing women’s social status globally. 

 



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