Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Meets with Prime Minister Taavi Roivas of Estonia

In the morning of December 17 local time, Premier Li Keqiang met in Belgrade with Prime Minister Taavi Roivas of Estonia.

Li Keqiang said that China-Estonia relations are now at a new starting point. Both sides should together safeguard political mutual trust, respect each other and take care of each other's core interests and major concerns. China will enhance personnel exchanges at various levels and continue expanding practical cooperation with Estonia.

Li Keqiang noted that the locomotive made by China was sold to the EU market for the first time not long ago. China enjoys multiple competitive advantages such as good quality and high cost performance in locomotive and other equipments, and is willing to continue such cooperation with Estonia. The Chinese government will encourage its enterprises to actively participate in constructing transportation, logistics, infrastructure and others in Estonia and the Baltic Sea region, thus to achieve mutual benefit and win-win results.

Taavi Roivas expressed that Estonia sticks to the One China policy and will take an active part in constructing the land-sea express passage linking Europe and China as well as the Silk Road Economic Belt, and welcomes China to expand investment in Estonia and bilateral cooperation in agriculture, infrastructure construction and other areas. (Credit: Ministry of Foreign Affaris, China)


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