BEIJING, April 03, 2016
President Jin visits Finland and Denmark, 29 February to 3 March, 2016
AIIB President Jin Liqun visited Finland and Denmark from 29 February to 3 March, 2016.
In Finland, Mr. Jin met with senior officials from the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Employment and the Economy, President of the Nordic Investment Bank Mr. Henrik Normann and Managing Director of the Nordic Environment Finance Cooperation Mr. Magnus Rystedt.
In Denmark, Mr. Jin met with Prime Minister Lars L?kke Rasmussen and Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen, and held a seminar with a number of Danish companies specializing in environmentally sustainable practices. Mr. Jin also delivered a lecture at Copenhagen Business School.
At the end of the trip, Mr. Jin said "the AIIB aspires to be a ‘lean, green and clean’ organization, values that are clearly on display in both Finland and Denmark. I greatly appreciate the constructive support and advice that the AIIB receives from both countries and I hope this trip, my first bilateral mission since I was elected President, sends a clear message that the AIIB values and listens to all its shareholders: large and small, near and far, regional and non-regional."
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