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In Germany

New engine of Sino-Germany ties

Premier Li Keqiang said that innovation has created a new engine for bilateral relations between China and Germany.

Premier Li meets German president

Premier Li Keqiang met with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on June 1 in Berlin, capital of Germany.

China-EU leaders’ meeting

Premier’s visit lifts China-Europe ties

China signed agreements with the European Union, bringing closer the world’s second- and third-largest economies.

China-EU ties to be further improved

Premier Li Keqiang said China and the European Union will maintain and further consolidate their relationship.

In Belgium

Premier Li witnesses signing of cooperation deals

Premier Li and Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel witnessed the signing of bilateral cooperation deals in Brussels.

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Premier Li Keqiang will pay an official visit to Germany and Belgium from May 31 to June 2. During the visit, he will attend the annual meeting between Chinese premier and German chancellor in Germany, and the 19th China-EU leaders’ meeting in Belgium.

Premier quotes

China is willing to work with the EU to ensure the G20 Summit this year and make new contributions to global economic growth and cooperation and the improvement of global governance.

At 19th China-European Union leaders’ meeting on June 2

Enhanced cooperation among Chinese and European SMEs can boost joint development, promote trade and investment along with healthy and balanced development of economic globalization.

During a meeting with Chinese and European entrepreneurs in Brussels on June 2

China will stick to its commitment made in the Paris Agreement and will join forces with other parties to combat climate change.

At a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on June 1

The “Made in China 2025”strategy is open to the world, and we hope it can achieve in-depth integration with Germany’s ‘Industrial 4.0’.

At a China-Germany forum on innovation on June 1 in Berlin

China and Germany should enhance cooperation and communication, promote free and convenient trade and investment, and protect WTO rules.

During the annual meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on May 31

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