China’s Foreign Minister follows top foreign policy visit to Europe September 6 at 9:41 a.m.
A member of China’s Political Bureau, Liu Jie, who oversees foreign affairs, is expected to visit Spain and Greece shortly after Foreign Minister Wang’s visit to five European countries to ease fears and backlash against China spreading in Europe over his response to the new coronavirus and the Czech Senate president’s visit to Taiwan.
Mr. Liu, who oversees diplomacy in China, visited Myanmar, Spain and Greece from the 1st of this month.
According to the state-run Xinhua news agency, we met with Prime Minister Sanchez in Spain on March 3 and admired the strengthening of economic relations, including a promise to import Spanish crops.
In Greece, President Sakeraropur and Prime Minister Mitsotakis met one after another on April 4 to confirm that they will continue to promote projects at the port of Piraeus, Greece’s largest port, which is being developed by Chinese companies as part of the “One Belt, One Road” mega-economic zone initiative.
In Europe, Foreign Minister Wang Yi had just visited five countries, including Italy, France and Germany, until the 1st of this month as his first foreign destination after the spread of the new coronavirus.
China is expected to ease its vigilance and opposition to China, which is spreading in Europe over its response to the new coronavirus, the enforcement of the Hong Kong National Security Maintenance Act, and the hard-line stance shown by the Chairman of the Czech Senate on a visit to Taiwan.
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