Chinese premier leaves for China-Japan-ROK leaders meeting

09:57, May 21, 2011      

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Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao left Beijing here on Saturday morning to attend the fourth leaders' meeting of China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK).

Wen's entourage includes Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi, Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Zhang Ping, Minister of Environmental Protection Zhou Shengxian, Commerce Minister Chen Deming, Director of the Research Office of the State Council Xie Fuzhan, Vice Secretary-General of the State Council and Director of the Premier's Office Qiu Xiaoxiong, Director of the State Seismological Bureau Chen Jianmin and Assistant Foreign Minister Hu Zhengyue.

The meeting will be held in Tokyo of Japan from May 21 to 22. During Wen's stay there, he will hold bilateral meetings respectively with Japanese Primer Minister Naoto Kan and ROK President Lee Myung-bak.

Wen will also attend a welcome dinner hosted by Kan, meet journalists along with Japanese and ROK leaders, attend a business summit luncheon,watch a performance given by the three countries' musicians and visit a traditional art exhibition.

Wen will also visit Japan's Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures, stricken by the March 11 earthquake, to show China's support to the post-quake reconstruction in Japan.

Source: Xinhua



 
 
     
 
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