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Premier says China and France should set global example

Updated: Sep 3,2015 6:27 PM

Premier Li Keqiang meets with French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius in Beijing on Sept 3.[Photo/Xinhua]

Premier Li Keqiang holds talks with French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius in Beijing on Sept 3. [Photo/Xinhua]

Premier Li Keqiang told French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Sept 3 that he hoped that China and France will strengthen coordination in their efforts in developing third-party markets.

The countries should work together to make their developing of third-party markets a leading example of South-North cooperation and a project that leads the recovery of the global economy, the Premier said.

The French foreign minister was in Beijing on Sept 3 to attend China’s V-Day celebrations.

The Premier said that during his recent visit to France, he reached a broad consensus with French President Francois Hollande and French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on enhancing cooperation in the fields of civilian nuclear energy, aviation and finance. The two governments also agreed to push the climate change conference to be held in Paris to achieve a positive outcome.

China is willing to cooperate with France to carry out these agreements, the Premier said.

Fabius said that France is also willing to strengthen cooperation with China to implement these agreements.