2006: Beijing Summit Forum on China-Africa Cooperation

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On November 4, 2006, the Summit Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, with the theme of "friendship, peace, cooperation and development," opened in Beijing.

Over 5,000 people, including heads of government or their representatives from over 48 African countries, and representatives from 24 international and regional organizations, such as the United Nations and the African Union, attended the forum.

Chinese and African leaders exchanged views on how to deepen China-Africa cooperation under the new circumstances, and reached extensive common understanding. They jointly published the Declaration of the Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, and the Beijing Action Plan (2007-2009).

The Chinese government announced eight measures for China-Africa cooperation.

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