Beijing, 4 April 2023 (TDI): The Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Hua Chunying announced that French President, Emmanuel Macron will pay a visit to Beijing at the invitation of China’s Prime Minister from April 5 to 7.
At the invitation of President #XiJinping, #French President #EmmanuelMacron will pay a state visit to #China from April 5 to 7, Chinese FM spokesperson Hua Chunying announced today. pic.twitter.com/ss3IuYccTt
— Liu Yongfeng (@liupheonix) April 3, 2023
During the visit, the two leaders will discuss the future development of China-France relations and exchange views on regional and international issues.
According to Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning, the talks between both sides are expected to strengthen their cooperative partnership and enhance cooperation between China and Europe.
As both countries are permanent members of the United Nations (UN), they have maintained a sound development and will hopefully continue to do so in the future.
Mao highlighted that the strategic communication between China and France will yield fruitful results through their cooperative efforts to resolve international as well as regional issues.
The visit provides an opportunity for both sides to promote cooperation and exchange ideas regarding the issues of the international community.
Mao stated that during the visit, Macron will hold talks with Chinese Premier, Li Qiang and the Chairman of the National People’s Congress Standing Committee, Zhao Leji.
Additionally, Macron will also visit Guangzhou, which is the capital of Guangdong Province in southern China.
Moreover, she hopes that China-France relations will play a positive role in the development of healthy relations between China and Europe, and continue contributing to world peace and stability.
The visit is an important step towards strengthening the relationship between China and France, and both sides are committed to making it a success.
The world is looking forward to seeing the outcome of this visit and the positive impact it will have on the bilateral relations between these two great nations.