Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (C) talks with staff members during his visit to the office of the African branch of China Central Television (CCTV)in Nairobi, Kenya, May 11, 2014.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said here Sunday that his visit to Kenya, the final stop of his four-nation Africa tour, yielded fruitful results.
China and Kenya pledged to boost their cooperative partnership on Sunday, as Premier Li Keqiang finished his four-day visit to Africa.
The co-financing deal to build a railway linking Nairobi to Mombasa will be a critical infrastructure project to boost regional trade in East Africa.
China and Kenya applauded their longstanding friendship and expressed their satisfaction with the fruitful outcomes of the 50 years of cooperation between the two countries, which established diplomatic relations in 1963.
Cheng Hong, wife of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, visits a local women's organization in Nairobi, Kenya, May 10, 2014.
China will make joint efforts with Kenya to expand cooperation in investment, infrastructure, regional aviation and people's livelihood, says Chinese Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng.
China's Hainan Airlines would sign a deal with Kenya's cargo airline Astral Aviation to jointly explore the markets of East African countries, a Chinese official said Saturday.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta agreed Saturday to bring bilateral ties to a higher level.
Visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Saturday called trade and investment "cornerstone" of China-Kenya ties, reaffirming that China has never pursued surplus in its foreign trade.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang tells journalists during his visit to Kenya that China is strongly committed to protecting wildlife and the two countries are 'cooperating in good faith.'
Premier Li Keqiang said Saturday China would deepen cooperation with UN agencies to boost green development, address climate change, so as to promote the world's sustainable development.