Chinese premier thanks Australia for search help

 

Center: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (left) and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (right)

review the guard of honor at the welcoming ceremony before the annual talks between the

two countries’ government leaders, in Sanya City, south China’s Hainan Province, on April 9,

2014.   Photo by Ding Lin 

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (left) and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott review the

guard of honor at the welcoming ceremony before the annual talks between the two

countries’ government leaders, in Sanya City, on April 9, 2014.   Photo by Xie Huanchi  

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (right) shakes hands with Australian Prime Minister Tony

Abbott during the annual talks between the two countries’ government leaders, in Sanya

City, on April 9, 2014.    Photo by Li Xueren

 

 

 

 

Chinese premier thanks

Australia for search help

 

 

By Sun Yi, Hao Yalin and Zheng Weina

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday of April 9 appreciated Australia’ s efforts in searching missing flight MH370.

“Shortly after the welcome ceremony, you gave me another update on the search for flight MH370,” Li said at the beginning of the talks with visiting Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who is in Sanya to attend the annual conference of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA).

Li said he felt it was heartening news that the Australian prime minister was confident of “a certain conclusion to this event”.

He said he was heartening to hear the prime minister tell him that the “Australia side is doing its utmost”.

Li also thanked Abbot for assistance from Australia in China’s search, saying the international cooperation showed countries in the region are capable of handling challenges with concerted efforts.

Abbott appreciated “how committed China is to the search of MH370″, and voiced gratitude for China’ s efforts in the search. He said Australia will continue to coordinate search work.

Prior to the talks, the two countries’ foreign ministers also met on bilateral ties and the search.

 

 

 

 

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (3rd from right) and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott

(3rd from left) hold the annual talks between the two countries’ government leaders,

in Sanya City, on April 9, 2014.   Photo by Li Xueren

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (right) and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott attend the

signing ceremony of bilateral cooperation documents after the annual talks between the

two countries’ government leaders, in Sanya City, on April 9, 2014.   Photo by Xie Huanchi

 

 

 

 

 

China, Australia speed up

free trade negotiations

 

 

By Sun Yi, Hao Yalin and Zheng Weina

 

China and Australia have agreed to accelerate negotiations on a bilateral free trade deal during annual talks between the two prime ministers.

“China hopes the two sides advance relevant negotiation in the spirit of mutual benefit, pragmatism and mutual accommodation, in efforts to score an balanced and high-level agreement,” said Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

China expects Australia to continue to provide a fair environment for Chinese investors, Li said, adding that China is ready to expand cooperation with Australia in trade, economy, investment, finance, education and defense.

“Currently cooperation in East Asia is facing opportunities and challenges,” Li said, noting China will work with all parties to build regional peace, safeguard stability and promote development.

“To make Asia a driving force for the world economy, a peaceful and stable regional environment is needed,” he said.

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott agreed to accelerate talks for the free trade deal, and expressed the will to expand cooperation in education, culture, security and military forces, so as to deepen bilateral relations and protect regional peace and stability.

Abbott also welcomed Chinese investment in Australia.

The two sides inked cooperative deals in finance, farming and animal husbandry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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