Zhejiang sees growing ties with Czech Republic
Six memorandums of cooperation are signed between Zhejiang province and the Czech Republic at an exchange meeting in Hangzhou on June 19, 2016. [Photo provided to ezhejiang.gov.cn]
The "16+1" mechanism, a platform created in April 2012 by China and 16 Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, has injected fresh impetus to the economic and trade cooperation between Zhejiang province and the Czech Republic.
Over the years, both sides have yielded positive results in bilateral relations through frequent high-level visits and diverse economic and trade working mechanisms, which have led to a bunch of key projects signed in areas such as e-commerce, investment, media and technology.