China's Wang Yi strengthening ties with Poland on European trip

China's Wang Yi strengthening ties with Poland on European trip



Poland was one of the first countries to recognize the People's Republic of China back in 1949 this year the two countries celebrates 70 years of diplomatic relations and a desire to deepen their strategic partnership while also tackling Poland's trade deficit with China bilateral trade rose to 33 billion dollars in 2018 but polish exports to China amounted to only two and a half billion China invests a lot in Europe but only 5% is for middle and Eastern European countries I was encouraging the minister to make bigger investments that will be fruitful for our societies in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe Chinese state councilor and foreign minister Wang Yi acknowledged that Beijing would like to open the door to more imports from the region we are ready to import from Poland the good quality products that will answer the needs of the Chinese society Wang also met with the polish Prime Minister Matteo SH motive yet scheme who welcome China's move to expand trade with and invest more in Poland Beijing appreciates the value that Poland can bring to its belton Road initiative with this Central European country being geographically closer to China than the current European hub of Duesberg in Germany mr. Wang says China is willing and eager to help Poland build up its infrastructure accordingly we need to make deeper and wider pragmatic agreements by joining our development strategies that are complementing assets the goal is to build a transport corridor we have to focus on transport infrastructure through a cooperation based on productivity on the issue of 5g the Polish foreign minister reassured China that his country would take a non-discriminatory approach towards entities engaged in building up the technology Wang also met with Polish president on Jay Duda before heading to Slovakia where he will discuss transportation and infrastructure with officials in Bratislava Hungary the first European country to join China's belton Road initiative four years ago will be the last stop in the foreign ministers week-long tour of the region Wong said China regards the EU as a comprehensive strategic partner not a rival as it seeks win-win cooperation Natalie Carney for CG Tian in Warsaw Poland

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