PM leaves for China visit

Monday, 09 Sep 2013, 10:21

 

The Prime Minister Joseph Muscat this morning left Malta for a visit to the People's Republic of China.

During which the Prime Minister will attend an international conference organized by the World Economic Forum in the city of Dalian in China. The conference, Annual Meeting of New Champions,will bring together leading industrialists, economists and  prominent international leaders under one roof.

During his visit to China Prime Minister Muscat will also hold talks with Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang as well as several bilateral talks with European leaders as well as Chinese leading entrepreneurs.

The Prime Minister's delegation includes Deputy Prime Minister Louis Grech, the Government Whip and the Chairman of Malta Enterprise Mario Vella.

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Calleja

- Mon 09-Sep-2013, 17:27

A state visit to China was long due, considering,Malta was a foremost nation that commenced diplomatic relation in difficult times. China today is prosperpus and any help is most welcome between old friends!
The prime minister would do well to remember our constitution and try to put in a word for the liberation and freedom of Tibet.

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