This combined photo shows Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull watching a match of Australian Football in Sydney, Australia, March 25, 2017. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei)
- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visits to Australia and New Zealand have boosted economic relations with the two countries while sending a strong response to widespread protectionism.
- During Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit in Russia, the two sides exchanged views on boosting bilateral cooperation and further promoting China-Russia ties.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (L) visits Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro in Havana, Cuba, Sept. 25, 2016. (Xinhua)
- Li Keqiang's visit to Cuba is the first official visit to the Caribbean country by a Chinese premier since the two countries established diplomatic ties 57 years ago. During his visit, the two sides signed more than 20 cooperation agreements covering a wide range of areas.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (L) and his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau attend the signing ceremony of a series of bilateral cooperation documents in Ottawa, Canada, Sept. 22, 2016. (Xinhua/Li Xueren)
- During Li's visit to Canada in 2016, the Chinese and Canadian sides issued a joint statement in Ottawa listing 29 important agreements, including: holding a successful inaugural meeting of their Annual Dialogue between the Chinese premier and the Canadian prime minister, announcing the goal of doubling bilateral trade by 2025 based on 2015 statistics, etc.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang speaks during the general debate of the UN General Assembly at the UN headquarters in New York, Sept. 21, 2016. Premier Li called for joint efforts to address sustainable development and global challenges. (Xinhua/Li Tao)
- During his UN meetings, Li pledged hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to help solve the most pressing challenges facing the world from refugee and migration issues to the fight against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.