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PRC Foreign Minister Wang Yi and German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas – Picture by Xinhua, Wang Qing.

Friday, 14 February 2020, Berlin, Germany. During a visit to Germany for the Munich Security Conference, State Councillor and Foreign Minister of the PRC, Wang Yi encountered his German counterpart Dr. Heiko Maas

The two chiefs of diplomacy agreed on an array of key agendas for this year, including cooperation and a push for aligning the Belt and Road Initiative with the EU’s Eurasia connectivity strategy, explore the establishment of a China-EU green partnership and carry out cooperation in the digital sector.

Chancellor Sebastian Kurz & Foreign Minister Wang Yi – Picture by Austrian Federal Chancellery. Picture by Austrian Federal Chancellery/Dragan Tatic

At Munich Foreign Minister Wang Yi likewise pursued a similar bilateral agenda during a meeting he held with Austrian Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg. State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang was accompanied by the PRC Ambassador to Germany, Wu Ken

For further information:

 Embassy of the PRC to Germany – HE Ambassador Wu Kenhttp://www.china-botschaft.de/det/dszl/dsjl/

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