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CECI Taiwan Hosts Dignitaries, Strengthens Ties with Eswatini

Date: 2024/03/19

A high-level delegation from the Kingdom of Eswatini led by H.E. Prime Minister Russell Dlamini visited CECI offices on March 19, 2024 to be warmly received by Chairman of the Board Dr. Shih Yi-fang and other company executives and engage in fruitful discussions on the ongoing and future cooperation projects and opportunities. The visiting delegation included besides such notable representatives of the Kingdom as the Minister of National Resources and Energy H.R.H. Prince Lonkhokhela, Principal Secretary of the Prime Minister’s Office Mr. Bertram Stewart, Chief of State Protocol Mr. Swazi Dlamini, ENPC Chief Executive Officer Mr. Nhlanhla Dlamini, EIPA Executive Manager Mr. Martin Masilela. Ambassadors of both nations—H.E. Promise Msibi of the Kingdom of Eswatini and H.E. Jeremy H. S. Liang from the Republic of China—as well as delegates of Foreign Ministries from both sides, attended the meeting and participated in the exchange.

In his opening remarks, Chairman Shih Yi-fang emphasized the significance of this visit for the company and highlighted its commitment to continuing to provide top-quality consulting services for the benefit of the country and its residents. In particular, the strategic oil storage facility project was discussed in much detail with both sides agreeing on its enormous cooperation potential and instrumentality in generating more economic stability and growth for Eswatini.


H.E. Prime Minister Russell Dlamini expressed gratitude for CECI’s enthusiastic reception of the delegation, as well as appreciation of the many years of service and technical support the company offered to the Kingdom. He acknowledged CECI’s reputation for efficiency and reliability, and emphasized confidence in its ability to achieve project goals with timely completion and outstanding performance quality. 

The visit concluded with both sides expressing expectations of expanded future cooperation, stressing the significance of this collaboration not only for the joint engineering projects, but for bilateral ties between the Kingdom and Taiwan at large.


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