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Cooperation between Maldives and China to be strengthened

Maldives and China hope to strengthen cooperation in agriculture, infrastructure construction and fishery.

Tourism industry in Maldives

Tourism industry plays an important role for Maldives' economic development. It welcomes more tourists, especially from China, as the number of Chinese tourists travelling to Maldives has been steadily increasing.

"China has made tremendous progress, I think, in all respects, both economically and socially."

"I could see changes in the development, in people’s lifestyle, and even in the way they dressed. Because the opening-up has already taken place and the benefits of opening-up could already see in 1990s."

"I have later travelled to China in 2001 and 2002. It could be a remarkable process, with the Chinese leadership showing off. And how the country with 1.3 billion people had developed all the years is really remarkable."

"Increasingly, China is playing a very important role in the world’s stage. It has set examples in many areas. The highlight of its coming of age is the Olympics. That has shown to the world that China has come to the world level now."

--Ahmed Latheef, the Maldivian Ambassador to China

About Maldives
China and Maldives


About the Ambassador

Mr. Ahmed Latheef: The Ambassador of Maldives to China

His Excellency Mr. Ahmed Latheef was appointed as the first Ambassador of Maldives to China on 3 December 2007.

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Congratulatory Messages
Ambassador of Greece to the People's Republic of China
Chinese people deserve praise for their achievementsFull

Greetings from US AmbassadorFull
Press & Communication Counsellor of Greek Embassy
Wishing peace and prosperity to the Chinese PeopleFull
Danish Ambassador
I would like to wish China and Chinese people all the best for the next 60 yearsFull
French Ambassador
Ambassador confident in future China-France tiesFull
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