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President Li Xiaolin Meets with Kentucky Governor Matthew Bevin

Time:2018-11-09Editor:Yang XueheResource:Department of American and Oceanian AffairsPrintingSize:LargeMediumSmall

President Li Xiaolin held a meeting with Kentucky Governor Matthew Bevin on November 9th in Beijing.

President Li expressed her appreciation to Bevin for visiting China as the only U.S. governor during the U.S. mid-term elections and attending the First China International Import Expo (CIIE), which marked China’s goal of continuous opening up. She pointed out that the regional and people-to-people exchanges between China and the U.S. are important factors in promoting the sound development of our bilateral relations. She hoped Kentucky could deepen cooperation with China in areas including economy and trade, culture, health care and education.

Governor Bevin said that respect and understanding were key to enhancing friendship. In the context of current U.S.-China relationship, it was even more important to strengthen the bilateral relationship by strengthening exchanges between local governments, businesses and people. He believed that the U.S. and China would resolve trade disputes soon, and achieve broader and deeper comprehensive cooperation in the future. Bevin hoped that Kentucky could paly a leading role in the U.S.-China local government exchanges, seize the opportunities and achieve win-win development.

Vice President Xie Yuan attended the meeting.





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