Premier Li arrives in Seoul for ROK visit, China-Japan-ROK summit

Premier Li arrives in Seoul for ROK visit, China-Japan-ROK summit

 Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived here Saturday to pay an
 official visit to the Republic of Korea (ROK) and attend the 6th trilateral summit
 between China, Japan and the ROK.
Invited by
South Korean President Park Geun-hye, Li is visiting the country for the first time as premier with hopes to forge better bilateral ties, deepen mutual trust and expand exchanges and creative cooperation so as to push forward regional peace, development and prosperity.

Li is scheduled to hold talks with Park, meet with other ROK leaders and attend activities on economic cooperation and people-to-people exchanges.
China and the ROK are also working to implement the bilateral free trade agreement they signed in June and further improve the pact particularly with regard to financial cooperation.
During the China-Japan-ROK summit, resumed after a three-and-half-year hiatus,
 leaders of the three countries are expected to exchange views on trilateral 
cooperation as well as regional and global issues of 
common concern. They will also attend a business summit.
Observers say the trilateral meeting holds great significance for regional peace 
 and stability, and cementing trilateral economic ties will benefit regional 
integration and global cooperation.
The China-Japan-ROK summit took place annually from 2008 to 2012. 


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