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Exclusive interview with Queen of Denmark: Trade cooperation top issue for Hu's visit

06-14-2012 11:25 BJT Special Report:President Hu Visits Denmark, Attend G20 Summit |

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Chinese President Hu Jintao is scheduled to leave for Denmark for the first-ever state visit by a Chinese president to the Nordic country.

After arriving, he will meet with Queen Margrethe to enhance the traditional friendship between China and Denmark. The two sides are expected to sign various governmental cooperative documents and business agreements concerning mutual investment, and environmental protection. For her part, Queen Margrethe spoke highly of the possibilities of strengthening relations.

Margrethe Ii, Queen of Denmark, said, "Enhancing bilateral trade cooperation will be an important topic during President Hu’s visit to Denmark. I hope to promote trade cooperation from both the governmental level and through people to people exchanges. This will be the most significant issue for this visit. "

Margrethe Ii, Queen of Denmark


Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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