Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Chinese Premier on first foreign trip from this week including Pakistan

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is to pay official visits to India, Pakistan, Switzerland and Germany next week, his first foreign trip as China's new head of government.

As an important diplomatic tour by the new Chinese leadership, the upcoming trip by Li spans the two continents of Asia and Europe and has sparked intense interests both at home and abroad.

While the visit to other countries a meaningful too, his visit to Pakistan after the May 11 elections assume significant importance as he will be meeting Mr Nawaz Sharif, the likely third time prime minister of Pakistan.

It may be added that China and Pakistan are called "all-weather" partners for their unusual friendship, which makes a solid foundation for an expansion of their decades-old cooperative ties.

"Rain or shine, China-Pakistan relations stand weatherproof," said Jin Yinan, a prominent Chinese military strategist with the National Defense University of the People's Liberation Army.

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