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New Zealand China relations advanced

New Zealand China relations advanced

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and China Premier Li Keqiang advanced trade and a range of other issues in a meeting in Beijing on 1 April. “A key focus of our meeting was reiterating our shared commitment to the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between our two countries,” Jacinda Ardern said. “China is a valued partner for New Zealand and it was clear China also values its relationship with New Zealand. “I thanked Premier Li for China’s support for New Zealand following the recent Christchurch terror attack, in particular the condolences from the Chinese Government. “Premier Li and I discussed the importance of the economic relationship between New Zealand and China and ways this can...

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