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Cartoon commentary on Premier Li's ROK visit ③: China and South Korean youth are the future

Editor: Li Kun 丨CCTV.com

11-03-2015 13:48 BJT

Comments by Xu Xiujun, associate researcher with the Institute of World Economy and Politics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; comics drawn by Wang Dongjie

Unite Chinese and South Korean youth power,and fulfill dreams of innovation and entrepreneurship.

Unite Chinese and South Korean youth power,and fulfill dreams of innovation and entrepreneurship.

November 2 is the last day of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to the Republic of Korea (ROK). Cultural exchanges were a highlight for the day.

Li and South Korean Prime Minister HWANG Kyo-ahn attended the first China-South Korea Young Leaders' Forum. Li delivered a gracious speech.

He hopes young people of the two countries can deepen friendship to connect their dreams for innovation and entrepreneurship. They could emerge as a vital force for cooperation in various fields.

During Li’s three-day ROK visit, he and leaders of Korea and Japan have held multilateral meetings, reaching much consensus on cooperation to injected new momentum into China-Japan-ROK trilateral cooperation.

In the closing phase of the visit, Li encouraged the youth between both countries to make a profound impact on the world. They represent the future.

Young leaders shoulder a historic mission of inheriting friendship to usher in a better future.

Premier Li’s address to young people show that Chinese leaders' wish to expand non-governmental and cultural exchanges between the two counties.

Chinese and South Korean youth should join hands, unite their intellects, assemble extensive powers to offer a better future for bilateral relations.


( The opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Panview or CCTV.com. )



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