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China and Chile Officials Sign Bilateral Agreements

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Head of State to Chinese Premier: "His visit will mark a clear impetus for our work towards a deeper understanding."

Both officials held a joint press statement and attended the signing ceremony of bilateral agreements.

Monday, May 25, 2015

After holding meetings, the President of the Republic, Michelle Bachelet, held at the Patio of the Camellias, a joint statement with Prime Minister of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, Li Keqiang. On the occasion of bilateral agreements were signed in the field of foreign affairs, economy, mining, culture and technology transfer, among others.


In his words, the country’s highest authority, stressed that “we had a very good meeting with Prime Minister Li in his accompanying delegation visit to Chile; visit occurs within the 45 years anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between our countries “.

In turn said that “as you have seen, a number of agreements that project the Free Trade Agreement signed we signed during my first term and strategic partnership which came into force six years later. “

The governor also recalled that this visit allowed to continue the talks held in Beijing in November last year, when he traveled to China. He stressed that “trust, political dialogue and mutual respect have been pillars in strengthening our understanding.”

Elaborating on this line, he said that “the strategic partnership to the relationship between our countries rose in 2012 is a deep commitment to continue working and a challenge to project our relationship to the requirements of the moment. “

And referring to the future, the Head of State said that “we have adopted a” Joint Action Plan “, which gives us the political framework to strengthen understanding on the various issues of our bilateral agenda. ” Adding that “friendship between China and Chile is strong and we are confident it will continue to grow and strengthen. We have many challenges to face, but at the same time we are willing to forge an even better relationship in various fields.

Relieving the relationship between the two countries, said that: “Because today, in a globalized world, the geographical distances that separate us are not impediment to developing a genuine and fruitful friendship between Chile and China. “

At the end, the President said that “we know that the prosperity of our relationships result in better living conditions and development opportunities for our countries and our people.”


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