Chinese premier to attend China, Japan, ROK leaders' meeting

08:12, May 16, 2011      

Email | Print | Subscribe | Comments | Forum 

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will attend the forth trilateral leaders' meeting of China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK) in Tokyo from May 21 to 22, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu announced Sunday.

Leaders from the three nations will have an in-depth discussion on cooperation between the countries and regional and international issues of common concern, said Jiang.

Wen will also have bilateral meetings with Japanese Prime Minister Kan Naoto and ROK President Lee Myung bak, she said.

Wen will visit Fukushima and other areas affected by the country's March 11 earthquake and tsunami, Jiang added.
Source: Xinhua
BRICS Leaders Meeting 2011
Japan in aftershocks
  Weekly review  
May 12   No winners in U.S. hi-tech export controls
May 12   China should view livelihood issues from strategic perspective
May 11   Syria will not be another Libya
May 06   Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway to launch 10-day trial run
May 14   The week in pictures
May 11   2000-year-old wine unearthed in Henan province
May 11   Scientist: China plans to build lunar research base
May 09   Apple employee, customer reach settlement after Beijing iPad brawl
May 12   Wenchuan Reconstruction: 'Chinese miracle' impresses world
May 12   No winners in U.S. hi-tech export controls


  • Do you have anything to say?


Special Coverage
  • Al-Qaeda Chief Osama bin Laden dead
  • BRICS Leaders' Meeting 2011
Major headlines
Editor's Pick
  • Cast members of "Kid with a Bike" at 64th Cannes Film Festival
  • Azerbaijan wins 2011 Eurovision Song Contest
  • Chinese vice premier vows heavy-handed measures against food safety violations
  • Chinese pair claim champions at Rome Masters tennis tournament
  • 23rd Jiangsu science and technology week kicks off
  • 7th RoboCup Junior Open kicks off in Taipei
Hot Forum Dicussion