Exhibition “The Forbidden City. Treasures of Chinese Emperors» Opens in the Moscow Kremlin

27 march 2007 года
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Today, on March 27, the Exhibition “The Forbidden City. Treasures of Chinese Emperors” from the world-famous collection of the Beijing Emperor Palace opened in the Moscow Kremlin.

The Exhibition is being staged in the course of holding the Year of China in Russia with the assistance of Vnesheconombank and the China State Development Bank and is a response to the Exhibition “Golden Russia. Treasures of the Moscow Kremlin” which ran successfully in Beijing in the year 2006.

Included in the Exhibition are works of Chinese art spanning different epochs and associated with everyday life of the emperor and his family, symbols of power, attributes of court ceremonial, palace household articles of high artistic merit dating back to the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) and the Qing dynasty (1644-1911).

The display illustrates China’s multifaceted culture and allows us to become familiar with China’s history and get to know many new things about this wonderful country. Now that political and economic ties between Russia and China are expanding rapidly it’s becoming especially important to have a chance of getting deeper insight into both countries’ historical and cultural legacy.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Vnesheconombank Chairman Vladimir Dmitriev said that there was no doubt that the Exhibition “The Forbidden City. Treasures of Chinese Emperors» would promote closer ties between our nations and peoples, enable us to get to know and understand each other better, and have the most beneficial influence on promoting Russian-Chinese relations. “Most importantly, it would boost our mutual trust. Whatever they might say about economic cooperation, attitudes of people, their willingness to cooperate and their knowledge of each other’s history and culture are important and in many instances main factors in building up our relations.”     

Origin: Press Office of Vnesheconombank
Contact person: Svetlana Nikitina
Phone: +7 (495) 208-46-93. Fax: +7 (495) 975-21-34
E-mail: press@veb.ru

 

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Vnesheconombank Signs Agreement with China State Development Bank and Krasnoyarsk Territory Administration

26 march 2007 года
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Today, on March 26,in the course of China’s Chairman Hu Jintao’s state visit to Russia, Vnesheconombank, the China State Development Bank and the Administration of the Krasnoyarsk Territory signed an agreement on promoting investment.

 The Agreement was signed by VEB Chairman Vladimir Dmitriev, Bank of China Vice-Chairman Wan Yi and Krasnoyarsk Territory Governor Alexandr Khloponin.

The Agreement aims to establish strategic partnership, promote long-term, effective and mutually beneficial cooperation as well as step up efforts to attract credits to finance investment projects in the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

Under the Agreement, at the initial stage cooperation will focus on projects in construction industry, construction of housing and social facilities, modernization of power engineering facilities and housing and communal services, transport infrastructure, development of mineral deposits, oil and gas refining, agriculture, food processing industry, logging and timber processing as well as on projects in financial and service sectors.

The Agreement is of great practical significance as it makes it possible to use resources of the China State Development Bank and its best practices in attracting credits to finance infrastructural projects to develop the economy of Russia’s regions.

 

Origin: Press Office of Vnesheconombank
Contact person: Svetlana Nikitina
Phone: +7 (495) 208-46-93. Fax: +7 (495) 975-21-34
E-mail: press@veb.ru

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