President Xi Jinping says China will remain firmly committed to building an international nuclear security system and supporting global cooperation.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed by the Chinese and Dutch education authorities on Tuesday, with the focus on Sino-Dutch education policy dialogue, and student and researcher exchange.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said his current visit to Europe aims to promote peace and cooperation, to engage in experience sharing, and to enhance exchanges between the two different civilizations.
Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Ankie Broekers-Knol and Anouchka van Miltenburg, leaders of the States-General of the Netherlands, the country's parliament, here on Monday.
President Xi Jinping met with Dutch King Willem-Alexander again on Sunday, saying that his visit to the Netherlands is successful and he is fully confident of the future of bilateral relations.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte says he believes China will play an important role at the Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague.
Chinese President Xi Jinping attended the opening ceremony of the Netherlands-China Trade and Economic Forum in Noordwijk, along with Dutch King Willem-Alexander.
Achieving a breakthrough in the export of Chinese culture has been a hot discussion among experts and performing arts companies.
Bank of China, one of the country's leading lenders, has committed itself to renminbi operations both in the Netherlands and the rest of the world, as the global economy picks up and China sustains long-term stable growth, said its board chairman, Tian Guoli.
The two countries issue joint statment aimed at building comprehensive partnership stressing openness and pragmatism.
China's President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan wore traditional Chinese clothing at a state banquet held in Amsterdam in honor of their historic visit.
Peng Liyuan (C), wife of China's President Xi Jinping (L), baptizes the tulip Cathay on the second day of their state visit to the Netherlands March 23, 2014. Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima (R) watch the event in the background. Xi will attend the Nuclear Security Summit later this week in The Hague.