German Chancellor arrives Xi'an to continue China visit

09:28, July 17, 2010      

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in Xi'an, capital of northwest China' Shaanxi Province, Friday night to continue her China visit.

During Merkel'stay in Xi'an, she'll attend a forum with Chinese and German business leaders and meet with provincial leaders.

The visit will also take her to some historic sites, including the Terra-cotta Warriors, the Great Mosque at Huajue Lane as well as a local motor company.

Merkel is on her fourth China visit since taking office. She flew to Xi'an from Beijing after finishing meetings with Chinese President Hu Jintao, Premier Wen Jiabao and vice President Xi Jinping on Friday.

Source:Xinhua

(Editor:梁军)

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