The Premier concluded his official visit to Myanmar, with thousands of teenagers seeing him off at the airport.
Premier Li’s Myanmar tour will inaugurate a “diamond decade” for the partnership between China and Southeast Asian countries, experts and scholars said.
China and Myanmar pushed cooperation forward, introducing an energy liaison committee and signing a series of deals.
Premier Li firmed up plans for a landmark regional economic project that has the potential to transform the lives of 440 million people in its catchment area.
Premier Li told Myanmar’s president he hopes the two countries will continue to be good neighbors, friends and partners.
Premier Li Keqiang talked with a group of students during his visit to the No. 14 Middle School in Nay Pyi Taw, capital of Myanmar.
China will push for the implementation of a code of conduct for the South China Sea－a document that will lessen the risk of escalating tensions in the area.
China and ASEAN have set a goal to conclude the negotiations on upgrading the Free Trade Area by the end of 2015.
Premier Li Keqiang said the government will carry out fine-tuning of policy at appropriate times to ensure a sound development despite relatively large downward pressure.
Premier Li on Nov 14 called on the East Asian economies to enhance cooperation in finance and regional connectivity.
Premier Li Keqiang attended a series of leaders’ meetings on East Asia cooperation from Nov 12 to 14 in Myanmar. The meetings include 17th China-ASEAN leaders’ meeting; 17th ASEAN-China, Japan and ROK leaders’ meeting; and 9th East Asia Summit.
Speaking at the 17th China-ASEAN leaders’ meeting in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, on Nov 13, 2014
Premier’s article published in Indonesia’s newspaper The Jakarta Post on Nov 11 before he leaves for a series of East Asia leaders’ meetings and for a visit to Myanmar