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Deputy CS to visit GZ, Macau

Deputy Chief Secretary Cheuk Wing-hing will leave Hong Kong on a two-day visit to Guangzhou and Macau this afternoon.   He will meet with Guangdong Provincial Government and Guangzhou Municipal Government leaders, besides attending the signing ceremony for an agreement on civil service staff exchange and collaboration in the Greater Bay Area.   This afternoon, Mr Cheuk will first of all meet with Guangdong Provincial Government leaders to discuss issues of mutual concern and strengthen exchange and co-operation on various fronts. He will then join Secretary for the Civil Service Ingrid Yeung to attend the abovementioned signing ceremony.   In the evening, he will attend the opening ceremony of the third Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Culture & Arts Festival.   Along with Secretary for Labour & Welfare Chris Sun, Mr Cheuk will tomorrow morning attend a welcome ceremony for young people employed under the Greater Bay Area Youth Employment Scheme, before meetin

CE to visit Saudi Arabia, UAE

Chief Executive John Lee will lead a delegation and depart for a visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on February 4.   The visit seeks to enhance connections between Hong Kong and the two countries in various areas such as trade, investment and culture, with a view to realising business opportunities for Hong Kong, and telling the good stories of Hong Kong by promoting the city on all fronts.   The Middle East region, with its vibrant development and unlimited potential, is a key link for the country's Belt & Road Initiative. This visit demonstrates Hong Kong's proactive participation in promoting the initiative.   The delegation includes Deputy Secretary for Justice Cheung Kwok-kwan, Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury Christopher Hui, Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Algernon Yau, Director of Information Services Fletch Chan and Acting Commissioner for Belt & Road Johann Wong.   Delegation members also include more than 30 representatives from various sectors, including finance, industrial and commercial, trade, professional services, infrastructure and development, innovation and technology as well as transport and logistics.   Mr Lee will visit Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, from February 5 to 6. He will depart for Abu Dhabi in the UAE in the evening on February 6 and depart for Dubai in the UAE on February 8.   During his visit, Mr Lee will meet with local political and business leaders, visit local enterprises, attend forums and exchange activities to introduce Hong Kong's latest developments and investment and business opportunities, as well as its unique advantages of enjoying the strong support of the motherland and being closely connected to the world under the “one country, two systems” principle.   He will also promote the new developments and opportunities of Hong Kong and foster Hong Kong's exchanges and co-operation with Saudi Arabia and the UAE on all fronts.   Mr Lee will also visit the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office in Dubai. He will be briefed on the office's plans and progress on the work of attracting businesses and talent as well as other areas.   Mr Lee will return to Hong Kong in the morning on February 11. During Mr Lee's absence, Chief Secretary Chan Kwok-ki will be Acting Chief Executive.   During Mr Hui's absence, Under Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury Joseph Chan, will be Acting Secretary. During Mr Yau's absence, Under Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Bernard Chan will be Acting Secretary.

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