China-Horticultural Expo/Closing

Chinese premier announces conclusion of Beijing Int'l Horticultural Exhibition

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Beijing, China - Oct 9, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of flag-bearers holding flags of participating countries, walking
2. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang applauding
3. Various of foreign leaders in attendance, flag-bearers walking onto stage
4. Closing ceremony in progress
5. Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua hosting closing ceremony
6. Attendees
7. Vicente Gonzalez Loscertales, Secretary General of Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) speaking
8. Attendees
9. Bernard Oosterom, President of International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) speaking
10. Closing ceremony in progress
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier (ending with shot 12):
"The over 100 National Day and Honor Day events, and 3,000-odd ethnic and folk culture activities have boosted cultural exchanges, friendship and green cooperation among participating countries. The expo has showcased the latest progress in science and technology innovation. The cutting-edge horticultural technologies on full display herald a bright future of green technology application. The expo has provided up-close experience with Mother Nature. Here, nearly 10 million visitors from China and abroad have seen with their own eyes how environment and development advance in parallel, and humans and nature coexist in harmony."
12. Foreign leaders in attendance
13. Various of attendees applauding
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier (starting with shot 13):
"China remains the biggest developing country in the world. We will continue to put economic development front and center, and promote development as the underpinning force for tackling all challenges. Facing the daunting tasks of growing the economy, improving people's lives and enhancing environmental protection, we will stick to a holistic and balanced approach to pursue both high-quality economic development and high-standard environmental protection through reform and opening-up. We will stay on the path of sustainable development featuring advanced production, higher living standards and healthy ecosystems."
15. Various of attendees
16. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier:
"I now declare closing of the International Horticultural Exhibition 2019 Beijing China!"
17. Attendees applauding
18. Various of hand-over ceremony of BIE flag
19. Li (M), Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan (L), Solomon Islands' Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare (R)
20. Various of hand-over ceremony of AIPH flag
21. Aerial shot of Guirui Theater
22. Various of performances
23. Aerial shot of China Pavilion
24. Aerial shot of Guirui Theater

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced the conclusion of the 2019 Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition on Wednesday.

The expo, themed "Live Green, Live Better", has been a spectacular and fruitful event, attracting a record participation of 110 countries and international organizations, and over 120 unofficial participants, said the premier while addressing the closing ceremony of the expo.

The expo has celebrated the achievements of green development by different countries and cultures, said Li.

"The over 100 National Day and Honor Day events, and 3,000-odd ethnic and folk culture activities have boosted cultural exchanges, friendship and green cooperation among participating countries. The expo has showcased the latest progress in science and technology innovation. The cutting-edge horticultural technologies on full display herald a bright future of green technology application. The expo has provided up-close experience with Mother Nature. Here, nearly 10 million visitors from China and abroad have seen with their own eyes how environment and development advance in parallel, and humans and nature coexist in harmony," said Li.

He said that the past seven decades have seen remarkable achievements in this country in both economic and social domains and historic progress in ecological conservation with the enterprise and fortitude of the Chinese people. Since the beginning of the new century, of the 5 percent increase in the global green leaf area, one quarter has come from China.

"China remains the biggest developing country in the world. We will continue to put economic development front and center, and promote development as the underpinning force for tackling all challenges. Facing the daunting tasks of growing the economy, improving people's lives and enhancing environmental protection, we will stick to a holistic and balanced approach to pursue both high-quality economic development and high-standard environmental protection through reform and opening-up. We will stay on the path of sustainable development featuring advanced production, higher living standards and healthy ecosystems," said Li.

China will work to deliver a greener and better life to the people by resolutely tackling pollution and resolving acute environmental problems, said the premier.

China will continue to support and follow a multilateral approach, stick to the principles of common but differentiated responsibilities, equity and respective capabilities, and actively implement the Paris Agreement on climate change, he added.

Wrapping up his speech, Li announced closing of the International Horticultural Exhibition 2019 in Beijing.

Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua hosted the closing ceremony.

Prior to Li's speech, Secretary General of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) Vicente Gonzalez Loscertales and President of the International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) Bernard Oosterom also delivered their speeches at the ceremony.

The flags of the BIE and AIPH were then handed over from Expo 2019 Beijing to Expo 2021 Doha.

Since its opening on April 28, the expo has held 3,284 events, attracting 9.34 million visitors.

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China-Horticultural Expo/Closing

Chinese premier announces conclusion of Beijing Int'l Horticultural Exhibition

Dateline : Oct 9, 2019

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 4'47

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Pусский
  • Español
  • 日本語
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Beijing, China - Oct 9, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of flag-bearers holding flags of participating countries, walking
2. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang applauding
3. Various of foreign leaders in attendance, flag-bearers walking onto stage
4. Closing ceremony in progress
5. Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua hosting closing ceremony
6. Attendees
7. Vicente Gonzalez Loscertales, Secretary General of Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) speaking
8. Attendees
9. Bernard Oosterom, President of International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) speaking
10. Closing ceremony in progress
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier (ending with shot 12):
"The over 100 National Day and Honor Day events, and 3,000-odd ethnic and folk culture activities have boosted cultural exchanges, friendship and green cooperation among participating countries. The expo has showcased the latest progress in science and technology innovation. The cutting-edge horticultural technologies on full display herald a bright future of green technology application. The expo has provided up-close experience with Mother Nature. Here, nearly 10 million visitors from China and abroad have seen with their own eyes how environment and development advance in parallel, and humans and nature coexist in harmony."
12. Foreign leaders in attendance
13. Various of attendees applauding
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier (starting with shot 13):
"China remains the biggest developing country in the world. We will continue to put economic development front and center, and promote development as the underpinning force for tackling all challenges. Facing the daunting tasks of growing the economy, improving people's lives and enhancing environmental protection, we will stick to a holistic and balanced approach to pursue both high-quality economic development and high-standard environmental protection through reform and opening-up. We will stay on the path of sustainable development featuring advanced production, higher living standards and healthy ecosystems."
15. Various of attendees
16. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier:
"I now declare closing of the International Horticultural Exhibition 2019 Beijing China!"
17. Attendees applauding
18. Various of hand-over ceremony of BIE flag
19. Li (M), Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan (L), Solomon Islands' Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare (R)
20. Various of hand-over ceremony of AIPH flag
21. Aerial shot of Guirui Theater
22. Various of performances
23. Aerial shot of China Pavilion
24. Aerial shot of Guirui Theater


Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced the conclusion of the 2019 Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition on Wednesday.

The expo, themed "Live Green, Live Better", has been a spectacular and fruitful event, attracting a record participation of 110 countries and international organizations, and over 120 unofficial participants, said the premier while addressing the closing ceremony of the expo.

The expo has celebrated the achievements of green development by different countries and cultures, said Li.

"The over 100 National Day and Honor Day events, and 3,000-odd ethnic and folk culture activities have boosted cultural exchanges, friendship and green cooperation among participating countries. The expo has showcased the latest progress in science and technology innovation. The cutting-edge horticultural technologies on full display herald a bright future of green technology application. The expo has provided up-close experience with Mother Nature. Here, nearly 10 million visitors from China and abroad have seen with their own eyes how environment and development advance in parallel, and humans and nature coexist in harmony," said Li.

He said that the past seven decades have seen remarkable achievements in this country in both economic and social domains and historic progress in ecological conservation with the enterprise and fortitude of the Chinese people. Since the beginning of the new century, of the 5 percent increase in the global green leaf area, one quarter has come from China.

"China remains the biggest developing country in the world. We will continue to put economic development front and center, and promote development as the underpinning force for tackling all challenges. Facing the daunting tasks of growing the economy, improving people's lives and enhancing environmental protection, we will stick to a holistic and balanced approach to pursue both high-quality economic development and high-standard environmental protection through reform and opening-up. We will stay on the path of sustainable development featuring advanced production, higher living standards and healthy ecosystems," said Li.

China will work to deliver a greener and better life to the people by resolutely tackling pollution and resolving acute environmental problems, said the premier.

China will continue to support and follow a multilateral approach, stick to the principles of common but differentiated responsibilities, equity and respective capabilities, and actively implement the Paris Agreement on climate change, he added.

Wrapping up his speech, Li announced closing of the International Horticultural Exhibition 2019 in Beijing.

Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua hosted the closing ceremony.

Prior to Li's speech, Secretary General of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) Vicente Gonzalez Loscertales and President of the International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) Bernard Oosterom also delivered their speeches at the ceremony.

The flags of the BIE and AIPH were then handed over from Expo 2019 Beijing to Expo 2021 Doha.

Since its opening on April 28, the expo has held 3,284 events, attracting 9.34 million visitors.

ID : 8123964

Published : 2019-10-09 23:05

Last Modified : 2019-10-10 18:40:04

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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