Other documents signed include pacts on drug regulations, food
China and Denmark will strengthen cooperation in areas such as fishing, agriculture, food safety and drug regulations through a new collaborative work plan for the next three years, which is expected to bring the two countries’ relationship to a newheight.
Premier Li Keqiang and Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen of Denmark agreed to the joint work plan for their two nations from 2017 to 2020 during their meeting in Beijing on Wednesday.
The plan details the road map and timetable for further cooperation.
Rasmussen was making the first official visit by a Danish prime minister since the two countries established comprehensive strategic partnership in 2008.
Li said he believes China and Denmark have great potential for further cooperation. And, as next year will mark the 10th anniversary of the comprehensive strategic partnership, China is willing to use this opportunity to explore more cooperation between the two countries. Denmark is the first Nordic country to sign such agreement with China.
Li stressed that China also is willing to work with Denmark in dealing with regional issues and international affairs while promoting free trade and investment convenience.
Rasmussen praised China’s rapid development since his last visit in 2010, and said China has shown increasing leadership on important global issues such as climate change.
He expressed his willingness to fully implement the three-year work plan between the two countries and said Denmark, a firm
Premier Li Keqiang said ... China and Denmark have great potential for further cooperation.
supporter of free trade, warmly welcomes investment from Chinese companies.
He also said as a member of the EuropeanUnion, Denmark will promote the bilateral investment treaty between China and the EU to deepen relations.
After the meeting, Li and Rasmussen observed as the signing of six documents: on food and drug regulations, quarantine and sanitary requirements and giant panda protection, among others.
Liu Weimin, deputy director of the Department of European Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said the two leaders had long