The Macao government must work tirelessly on epidemic prevention and control, boost economic recovery and safeguard social stability in Macao, says the nation’s leader.
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Premier Li Keqiang urged stronger cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking nations, with Macao playing a critical role as a connecting platform.
The Macao government is supporting the unemployed by launching new initiatives such as a website with information on vacancies and job-application procedures.
The measures put in place by the Macao government since early 2020 – when the pandemic broke out – have resulted in very few Covid-19 cases and no deaths.
Macao must safeguard national sovereignty, security and development interests, say city leaders and central government representative.
While the Grand Lotus – Macao’s highest decoration – was not awarded this year, ten outstanding citizens and a dozen organisations were honoured for their service to society.
Chinese leadership acclaim Macao’s chief executive and government efforts over the past year during high-level meetings in Beijing.
Macao Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng confidently outlines the city’s social and economic strategy for recovery and prosperity in 2022.
The city’s new Legislative Assembly comprises people from all walks of life, who share the challenging task of moving Macao forward.
Ho Iat Seng praises China at the opening of a photo exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China.