He also expressed the hope that the two countries will strengthen trade and investment cooperation, and forge new cooperation in healthcare and education. He said he hopes Sierra Leone could provide more preferential policies, attracting Chinese enterprises to invest.
President Bio told journalists in Beijing that he is happy to learn from China’s experiences in governance, trade, investment, agriculture and financial cooperation. He added that he is also interested in deepening bilateral relations with China.
“Sierra Leone needs China and we will work with you and your government to help us achieve our goals. We will learn from you and we will work with you as you have been a reliable friend, partner and brother,” the Chinese Premier said.