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Premier Wen: Castro's visit of great importance facing world challenges

07-06-2012 19:35 BJT

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Premier Wen Jiabao has met with visiting Cuban leader Raul Castro. The talks come a day after signing a series of agreements that will strengthen China’s position as a key trading partner for Cuba.

Premier Wen said Castro’s visit to China is of great importance in facing the world challenges. Wen added China will cooperate tightly with Cuba to boost ties. Castro said Cuba will make specific plans with China to further cooperation.

The two countries signed a series of economic agreements, including a grant and interest-free loan to the for economic and technological cooperation. Castro was also scheduled to meet with Vice Premier Li Keqiang and Vice President Xi Jinping later Friday.

Premier Wen Jiabao has met with visiting Cuban leader Raul Castro. The talks come a day after signing a series of agreements that will strengthen China’s position as a key trading partner for Cuba.

Premier Wen Jiabao has met with visiting Cuban leader Raul Castro. The talks come a day after signing a series of agreements that will strengthen China’s position as a key trading partner for Cuba.

 

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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