- Title: Chinaâ€™s Li and Xi meet world leaders at conclusion of Belt and Road summit
- Date: 15th May 2017
- Summary: BEIJING, CHINA (MAY 15, 2017) (AGENCY POOL) ***WARNING CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY*** CHINESE PRESIDENT XI JINPING (RIGHT) SHAKING HANDS WITH PHILIPPINES PRESIDENT RODRIGO DUTERTE MEETING IN PROGRESS XI SPEAKING DUTERTE SPEAKING MEETING IN PROGRESS CHINESE PREMIER LI KEQIANG SHAKING HANDS WITH DUTERTE LI SPEAKING DUTERTE SPEAKING MEETING IN PROGRESS XI SHAKING HANDS WITH KENYAN PRESIDENT, UHURU KENYATTU MEETING IN PROGRESS XI SPEAKING KENYATTU SPEAKING MEETING IN PROGRESS VARIOUS OF LI SHAKING HANDS WITH KENYATTU MEETING IN PROGRESS LI SPEAKING KENYATTU SPEAKING MEETING IN PROGRESS LI SHAKING HANDS WITH UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY GENERAL, ANTONIO GUTERRES MEETING IN PROGRESS LI SPEAKING GUTERRES SPEAKING MEETING IN PROGRESS LI SHAKING HANDS WITH BRITISH FINANCE MINISTER, PHILIP HAMMOND MEETING IN PROGRESS LI SPEAKING HAMMOND SPEAKING BRITISH OFFICIALS SEATED / HAMMOND SPEAKING TO LI LI SHAKING HANDS WITH GERMAN MINISTER OF ECONOMICS AND ENERGY, BRIGITTE ZYPRIES MEETING IN PROGRESS LI SPEAKING VARIOUS OF ZYPRIES SPEAKING
- Embargoed: 29th May 2017 15:38
- Keywords: Duterte Philippines Li Keqiang Hammond Xi Jinping Germany Zypries UK Kenyattu Kenya Belt and Road
- Location: BEIJING, CHINA
- City: BEIJING, CHINA
- Country: China
- Topics: Diplomacy/Foreign Policy,Government/Politics
- Reuters ID: LVA0016GY7W3R
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Story Text:Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang met with visiting politicians from the Philippines, Kenya, U.K. and Germany as well as the United Nations Secretary General on Monday (May 15), after the conclusion of the two-day Belt and Road summit in Beijing.
President Xi first met with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte followed by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyattu for talks.
Premier Li met with Duterte, Kenyattu, U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, British Finance Minister Philip Hammond, and German Minister of Economics and Energy Brigitte Zypries. The meetings were held at the monolithic Great Hall of the People.
China has touted what it formally calls the Belt and Road initiative as a new way to boost development since Xi unveiled the plan in 2013, aiming to expand links between Asia, Africa, Europe and beyond underpinned by billions of dollars in infrastructure investment.
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