Burren strengthens ties with China

Burren strengthens ties with China

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Pictured at The Farymard, Corofin ( l to r)  Nuala Mulqueeny, Aillwee Caves; Li Jiming, Deputy Secretary General of the People’s Government of Yunnan Province; Cllr. Tony O’Brien, Leas Cathaoirleach, Clare County Council; His Excellency Mr Liu Huiyan, Vice Governor of Yunnan Province; Birgitta Hedin Curtin , Burren Smokehouse; Gerard Dollard, Interim Chief Executive Clare County Council and Darragh Quinn, The Farmyard, Corofin.
Pictured at The Farymard, Corofin ( l to r) Nuala Mulqueeny, Aillwee Caves; Li Jiming, Deputy Secretary General of the People’s Government of Yunnan Province; Cllr. Tony O’Brien, Leas Cathaoirleach, Clare County Council; His Excellency Mr Liu Huiyan, Vice Governor of Yunnan Province; Birgitta Hedin Curtin , Burren Smokehouse; Gerard Dollard, Interim Chief Executive Clare County Council and Darragh Quinn, The Farmyard, Corofin.

A high-level delegation from Yunnan Province in the People’s Republic of China has undertaken a three-day visit to County Clare to further progress the Friendship Park Agreement signed between the Burren and Cliffs of Moher UNESCO and Shilin Geopark.

The delegation, which was led by the Liu Huiynan (Vice Governor) and Li Jiming (Deputy Secretary General) of the People’s Government of Yunnan Province, received an extensive tour of the Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark.

Meanwhile, two Clare enterprises, Redbank Food Co. (Seafood Wholesaler) in New Quay and Wild Irish Seaweed Quilty, will form part of a Clare delegation to Yunnan in June to take part in the China South East Asia Business Expo.

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