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Facts & figures about China's major-country diplomacy: Xi's busy, fruitful foreign visits

Xinhua | Updated: 2017-09-13 10:38

Editor's Note: China is rolling out a major documentary series on its diplomatic principles, practices and achievements over the past five years. The English-language version of the program will soon be available on TV and online. To help audience better understand Chinese diplomacy, Xinhua is releasing a variety of reports that include anecdotes, quotable quotes, facts and figures.

The following is a set of numbers related to Chinese President Xi Jinping's busy and fruitful foreign visits:

7 -- Xi and US President Donald Trump had an in-depth tete-a-tete for over seven hours at the seaside Mar-a-Lago resort in the US state of Florida during Xi's two-day visit in April, 2017, setting the course for China-US relations.

4 -- China and the United States established a four-pronged dialogue mechanism during Xi's Mar-a-Lago visit, namely, the comprehensive economic dialogue, the diplomatic and security dialogue, the law enforcement and cybersecurity dialogue and the social and cultural issues dialogue.

10 -- China and the United States reached 10 consensuses on agriculture, finance, energy and other areas during Xi's Mar-a-Lago visit.

11 -- Xi paid an 11-day visit to Europe from March 22 to April 1, 2014, setting a "landmark" in EU-China ties.

4 -- Xi visited four countries -- the Netherlands, France, Germany and Belgium -- during his fast-track visit to Europe in the spring of 2014.

84 -- Xi participated in 84 formal activities during his 2014 Europe trip. He attended the third Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague, visited the headquarters of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Paris and the headquarters of the European Union in Brussels.

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