Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is in Brussels for the Asia-Europe Meeting. Also known as the ASEM Summit, leaders from both continents will discuss regional and global issues.
This comes after he traveled to the Netherlands and met with Belgian leaders in Brussels. This is the latest attempt by China to strengthen ties with one of its top trading partners.
CGTN’s Jack Parrock reports.
To discuss China-EU relations:
- Cui Hongjian is the director of the European Studies Department at the China Institute of International Studies.
- Klaus Larres is a professor of history and international affairs at the University of North Carolina.
- Peter Ho is a professor at Tsinghua University and a researcher at the London School of Economics.
- Nicolas Veron is a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
— Mission of China (@ChinaEUMission) October 18, 2018
China and the #EU have made more efforts in promoting the negotiation for a bilateral investment treaty, Premier Li Keqiang said.
— China Daily (@ChinaDaily) October 18, 2018
China is ready to work with Belgium to strength cooperation and exchanges at all levels, said Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday. Li made the remarks in Brussels when holding talks with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel during a working visit to the country. pic.twitter.com/qmDnw1Khzw
— CCTV (@CCTV) October 18, 2018