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Online meeting fostered cooperation


A recent online meeting between the Management Committee of Leye-Fengshan Global Geopark of China and the Management Committee of NON NUOC CAO BANG UNESCO Global Geopark of Vietnam was held to seek for in-depth discussions on promoting relationship between the two geoparks.

In the past two years, the impact of COVID-19 pandemic has  restricted the mutual visits and exchanges between Leye-Fengshan Global Geopark and sister parks at home or abroad. In order to successfully advance the work of reevaluation in 2022 and comprehensively implement the rectification of the mid-term evaluation in 2018, the Management Committee of Leye-Fengshan Global Geopark actively adopt targeted approaches and specific measures to seek for assistance from related department of the Municipal government. The effort has received policy support from Baise Foreign Affairs Department. Baise Foreign Affairs Department has worked as a bridge to strengthen communication between CAO BANG UNESCO Global Geopark and Leye-Fengshan UNESCO Global Geopark. After several times of contact, the Management Committee of CAO BANG UNESCO Global Geopark requested to hold an online video conference to exchange ideas on the direction of future cooperation and discuss related matters with Leye-Fengshan Geopark. In that meeting, the two parks used PPT to demonstrate their basic situation and related experience in construction. The meeting has deepened mutual understanding between both sides, as well as laying a good foundation for signing partnership agreement and building substantial cooperation between the two parks.

The heads of the delegations of the two sides were respectively headed by the Director of the Foreign Affairs Office of Cao Bang in Vietnam and the Director of the Foreign Affairs Office of Baise City. Both of the foreign affairs departments agreed that they would seek to build a platform to promote the cooperation between the parks. The two parks expressed that they were eager to establish further communication and contact, and looked forward to achieving win-win cooperation in the protection of geological heritage, scientific research and popularization, and tourism development.