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FM: Chinese President to visit Denmark and attend G20 Summit

(People's Daily Online)

16:45, June 13, 2012

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Liu Weimin held a regular press conference On June 11, 2012.(File photo/ Foreign Ministry of China)

Beijing, June 13 (People's Daily Online)--On June 11, 2012, foreign Ministry spokesperson Liu Weimin held a regular press conference

Q: Please brief us on the schedule of President Hu Jintao's visit to Denmark. Besides, will President Hu Jintao have bilateral meetings with leaders of other countries on the margins of the G20 Summit?

A: Vice Foreign Minister Cui Tiankai and Vice Foreign Minister Song Tao have made a detailed introduction of that at the press briefing this morning. President Hu Jintao's visit to Denmark is the first visit to Denmark by China's head of state since the establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries. During his stay in Denmark, President Hu will meet with his Danish counterpart as well as other leaders. The two sides will host bilateral trade and economic activities, sign inter-governmental cooperation documents and business agreements in the fields of two-way investment, avoidance of double taxation, energy conservation and environmental protection, renewable energy resources, agriculture, education, culture and etc. On the sidelines of the G20 Summit, President Hu Jintao will have meetings with other state leaders and relevant arrangements are underway.


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