President Xi Jinping's footprints ④: New Zealand

China Plus Published: 2017-10-19 13:28:12
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Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with then Prime Minister John Key of New Zealand before a meeting in Wellington on Nov 20, 2014. The two sides decided to upgrade the China-New Zealand relations to a comprehensive strategic partnership, to jointly build a community of common interests between China and New Zealand and to constantly push bilateral cooperation to new highs. After the meeting, the two nations signed 10 agreements in areas including climate change, television co-production, Antarctica, education, financing, tourism and food safety. [Photo:]

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