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Li Keqiang Meets with Prime Minister Keith Mitchell of Grenada

2015/09/10

On the afternoon of September 10, 2015, Premier Li Keqiang met at Dalian State Guesthouse with Prime Minister Keith Mitchell of Grenada, who was in China to attend the Summer Davos Forum 2015.

Li Keqiang said that China-Grenada relations are becoming increasingly closer, and Grenada has become China's important cooperative partner in the Caribbean area. China appreciates that Grenada resolutely pursues the One-China policy, and is willing to, together with Grenada, deepen political mutual trust, enhance practical cooperation, and strengthen communication and coordination on such issues as dealing with climate change, and to provide assistance within its power to the small island countries including Grenada based on the South-South Cooperation framework.

Li Keqiang pointed out that China and Grenada enjoy a good development momentum in bilateral economic and trade cooperation. It is hoped that the two countries will earnestly implement the projects involving people's livelihood and infrastructure, reinforce cooperation in human resources training and agricultural technology, actively discuss cooperation in tourism, aviation and law enforcement, and expand people-to-people and cultural exchanges as well as other forms of communication.

Keith Mitchell said that Premier Li Keqiang portrayed a grand blueprint of China's economic development in his speech at the Summer Davos Forum this year. Grenada and China have achieved tangible results in their all-round cooperation. Currently, Grenada is at an important stage of national economic development, and is willing to further promote bilateral relations and cooperation for constant development.

Yang Jing attended the meeting.

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