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Li's visit to boost ties with Latin America

By Yuan Dongzhen | China Daily | Updated: 2015-05-18 07:32

Premier Li Keqiang has embarked on a visit to Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Chile from May 18 to 26 and will push forward China's diplomatic efforts to strengthen ties with the region. The premier will seek to deepen cooperation with constructive partnerships with Latin American countries during his four-nation visit.

China's new Latin America policy embedded in Li's keynote speeches in the four countries should strengthen the China-Latin America comprehensive cooperative partnership - which the countries reached during President Xi Jinping's visit to the region in July last year.

During his visit to Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela and Cuba, President Xi proposed forging a community with shared destiny in which China and Latin American countries could enjoy mutual trust, regular trade and cultural exchanges, and close coordination in international affairs. Following that, the first ministerial meeting of the forum between China and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States was held in Beijing in January, marking a breakthrough in overall cooperation between China and the region.

Li's visit to boost ties with Latin America

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