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Chairman Chen Jiazhong held a cordial meeting with Yayah Tuni, Minister of Tourism and Culture of Sierra Leone

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On April 15, 2017, Chen Jiazhong, Chairman of Guangjin International Group, Wang Haile, General Manager of Guangjin International (Serra Branch), and Yayah Tuni, Minister of Tourism and Culture of Sierra Leone, and AIG, Director of Sierra Leone Police Department, met at Radisson Blu Hotel.

Group photo after the meeting (Left: Chen Jiazhong, Chairman of Guangjin Group, right: AIG, Director of the Sierra Police Department)

During the meeting, AIG, the Inspector General of the Sierra Police Department, expressed great appreciation for the progress and quality of the Phase I and Phase II projects of the Mackeny Police Station, which was built by Guangjin International Group, and talked about the late payment plan.During the exchange, Chairman Chen Jiazhong of the Group introduced the current operating status of the company to Yayah Tuni, Minister of Tourism and Culture, and AIG, Director of the Sierra Police Department.He said that the group is in a rising stage and has strong financial strength. It is very optimistic about the development prospects in Sierra Leone and expresses the company's willingness to build better infrastructure, increase jobs and improve people's lives for the government and people of Serra.Subsequently, the chairman of the group, Chen Jiazhong, and the Minister of Tourism and Culture, Yayah Tuni, conducted a more in-depth exchange of intentions and expressed their intention to invest and develop in commercial stores, improved housing, and large-scale agricultural planting.Key projects include: shopping malls and high-end communities with shopping and dining functions in Freetown, comprehensive integrated business models such as cinemas, parking lots, office buildings, and residential buildings, as well as medium-sized housing designed for government employees.