As the 10th BRICS Summit in South Africa approaches, member countries are turning their resources to boosting African development.
On Wednesday, Chinese Agriculture Minister Hang Changfu told members of the national legislature that Beijing is ready to share its skills and technologies to enhance food development in Africa.
He said that China could use the experties it applied to producing 600 million tons of grain in 2017 to help Africa boost its food supply.
“China plays an active role in addressing the problem of food security in African countries, and we will continue to strengthen cooperation with them,” he said. Read more