Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to begin a state visit to South Korea on Thursday. He is scheduled to meet with his South Korean counterpart Park Guen Hye. The two leaders are then expected to jointly oversee the signing of up to 12 agreements and issue a joint document.
Liu Zhenmin, China’s vice Foreign Minister during a briefing on Tuesday said that during Xi’s visit, China and South Korea will jointly issue a series of documents on bilateral ties, regional and international affairs with the aim of enriching the strategic cooperation between the two countries.
The cooperation between the two countries will cover economy, trade, education, finance, environment protection, consul and cultural affairs, said Liu. CCTV’s Zhang Nini has more.