Difference and cooperation rank the most frequent words used during the third China-EU High Level Political Parties Forum in Brussels. Nearly all CPC officials and leaders of five political groups in the European Parliament stressed the need to seek consensus amid divergence over political or economic issues at its closing.
A key EU organizer of the third China-EU Political Parties Forum has called on both sides to continue in-depth exchanges on issues that are of common interest.
David O'Sullivan, chief operating officer of the European External Action Service (EEAS), said the EU-China relationship is "in good shape, broader and deeper than before."
An expert dropped his original plan to discuss EU-China economic cooperation after he felt pressed to clarify some misunderstandings about China’s human rights record.
The third China-Europe high level political parties forum opens soon in Brussels, marking another major event in China-EU relations.
We are standing at the precipice of history, staring into the abyss of the unknown as the world around us changes.
For more than two decades, the traditional friendship between China and Central and Eastern Europe has enjoyed a strong momentum of progress.
Central and East European nations have experienced comprehensive transformation since the late 1980s, characterized by privatization, deregulation and marketization, and the implementation of stabilization policies and political democratization.
Vice-Premier Li Keqiang's official visit to Russia, which begins today, will enrich bilateral relations and deepen cooperation between Beijing and Moscow.