CityNet shares city collaboration ideas at the Guangzhou Award

CityNet Deputy Secretary General Aisa Tobing presented the Collaboration of cities in supporting the development of sustainable green infrastructure and Belt Road Initiative through the Implementation of Global Agenda in a session that analyzed the role of urban cooperation in the construction of “The Belt and Road”.

This session is part of the Global Mayors’ Forum & 2018 Urban Innovation Conference and the 4th Edition of Guangzhou Award on 6-8 December 2018 in Guangzhou.

This year’s event is hosted by the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, United Cities and Local Governments, World Association of the Major Metropolises and Guangzhou Municipal People’s Government, highlighting Global Openness and Inclusive Innovation.

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