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Li Keqiang Holds Telephone Talks with Prime Minister David Cameron of the UK
2015/05/14

On the afternoon of May 14, 2015, Premier Li Keqiang held telephone talks with Prime Minister David Cameron of the UK.

Li Keqiang congratulated David Cameron on his reelection as UK Prime Minister. He said that China-UK relations have constantly scored new progress in recent years. We have met, exchanged letters and held telephone talks with each other multiple times and kept sound communication and cooperation. The Chinese government highly values developing relations with the UK and will work with the new UK government under your leadership to strengthen political mutual trust, earnestly plan and implement exchanges and dialogues at all levels and in all fields, and promote new progress in practical cooperation covering such areas as trade, investment, finance and production capacity, thus injecting new impetus into bilateral relations and jointly withstanding the challenges brought by global economic downward pressure. Li Keqiang invited David Cameron to pay an official visit to China and hold the new round of annual meeting between the two prime ministers within this year.

David Cameron thanked Li Keqiang for his congratulation and invitation to visit China. He expressed that UK-China relations are now at a golden age of development. He cherishes the close work relationship with Chinese leaders and will continue enhancing communication and coordination with China to push for a greater development of bilateral relations in the next five years. He is looking forward to visiting China and holding the annual meeting between the two prime ministers at an early date, so as to deepen bilateral practical cooperation in all fields and make progress in the signing of the free trade agreement between the EU and China.

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