Brazilian President’s visit to China will usher in a new future for China-Brazil relations: Wang Wanpin
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will pay a state visit to China from March 26 to 31 at the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wanpin said at a regular press conference held in Beijing on March 17 that China believes that the visit at the level of the supreme leader of the two countries will usher in a new era for the new future of China-Brazil relations. , will promote the China-Brazil comprehensive strategic partnership to a new level, and make new contributions to promoting regional and global stability and prosperity.
The spokesman said that China and Brazil are both major developing countries and important emerging market countries, and they are each other’s comprehensive strategic partners. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations nearly half a century ago, China-Brazil relations have always maintained steady development despite the changes in the international situation. The practical cooperation of the two countries in various fields has achieved fruitful results, and has become a model of solidarity, cooperation and joint development of major developing countries.
(Credits- China Media Group, Beijing)