Chinese Premier Li Qiang began his official visit to Ireland, invited by Prime Minister Leo Varadkar. Ireland’s Minister for the Environment, Climate, and Communications, as well as Transport Minister Eamon Ryan, and Chinese Ambassador to Ireland He Xiangdong welcomed Li at Dublin International Airport. Li highlighted the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties between China and Ireland, emphasizing the positive and cooperative relationship. He expressed China’s readiness to collaborate with Ireland, implementing important consensus and advancing the strategic partnership for mutual benefit. Li’s visit follows his attendance at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2024 and an official visit to Switzerland.
Source – CGTN