Chinese Premier Li Keqiang delivers a speech at the opening ceremony of the fifth summit of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Economic Cooperation in Bangkok, Thailand, Dec 20, 2014.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) receives the Belgrade honorary citizen charter at the Belgrade City Assembly in Belgrade, Serbia, Dec 18, 2014.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said China and Central and Eastern European countries enjoy broad prospect in their cooperation on infrastructure construction.
China and Serbia on Thursday pledged to cement their strategic partnership by enhancing cooperation in infrastructure.
The first new bridge in decades over the River Danube in Belgrade has cemented friendship and cooperation between both the countries.
China and Serbia on Wednesday agreed to continue to support each other on issues of core interests, further bilateral practical cooperation, realize common development, and upgrade strategic partnership to a new level.
Premier Li meets with CEE leaders in Belgrade
China and three Central and Eastern European countries on Wednesday agreed to build a land-sea express passage linking a Greek port and the landlocked Hungary to speed up transportation between China and Europe.
In between meeting 16 of his counterparts from central and eastern Europe, Premier Li Keqiang consulted with his delegation, ministers of various departments under the State Council, the points discussed, or to be raised, with the other prime ministers.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang addresses the opening ceremony of the Economic and Trade Forum of China and Central and Eastern European Countries in Belgrade, Serbia, on Dec 16, 2014.
A storied history, destinations as diverse as soaring mountains and sun-drenched beaches, and easier visa applications have made the Balkans an emerging attraction to Chinese tourists.
Premier Li Keqiang offers cooperation opportunities in infrastructure, finance and energy during his one-on-one meeting with leaders from 16 Central and Eastern European countries in Slovenia.