[h=3]The Peoples Republic of Chinas Vice-Premier, Mr Hui Liangyu is expected to jet in Dar es Salaam for a two-day visit to hold talks with national leaders on various issues including agriculture cooperation for joint response to global food crisis.[/h] ' The Peoples Republic of Chinas Vice-Premier, Mr Hui Liangyu During his visit Mr Hui will also address the issue of pushing forward political, economic and people-to-people exchanges and cooperation. A press release issued by the Chinese Embassy in Dar es Salaam said the two countries will also sign agreements and Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) in areas of great concern to Tanzania, such as agriculture, food security and energy and infrastructure construction. The Chinese Vice-Premier will be in the country on the invitation of Prime Minister Mr Mizengo Pinda.The visit is expected to implement new measures announced by the Chinese government in line with the guidance of the fifth Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) and further push forward China-Tanzania comprehensive cooperation, said the statement. The visit by a high level Chinese delegation to Tanzania is the first in Africa after the conclusion of the fifth FOCAC Ministerial Conference recently. It is the concrete action by Chinese government to implement the new measures. This visit will surely promote China-Tanzania relationship to a higher level, the press release said in part. The fifth FOCAC Ministerial Conference concluded successfully in Beijing on July 20, this year. Chinese President Hu Jintao delivered a speech during the event, reiterating that the Chinese government would continue supporting the cause of peace and development in Africa and boost the new type of China-Africa strategic partnership. In his speech, President Hu announced that within the next three years the Chinese government would take new measures of China-Africa cooperation in five priority areas such as investment and financing, assistance, African integration, people-to-people friendship and peace and stability, which were widely welcomed and acclaimed by African countries.