Philippines-ASEAN Plus Three Summit

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attends "ASEAN Plus Three" Summit

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Manila, Philippines - Nov 14, 2017
1. Various of leaders of China, Japan, South Korea, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries, posing for group photos
2. Leaders going to meeting hall
3. ASEAN Plus Three (APT) summit in progress
4. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte chairing meeting
5. APT summit in progress
6. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang speaking
7. APT summit in progress
8. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaking
9. Duterte at meeting
10. South Korean President Moon Jae-in speaking
11. Various of leaders at meeting
12. APT summit in progress

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attended the 20th "ASEAN Plus Three" Summit on Tuesday morning in Manila, capital of the Philippines.

Leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries and Japan, as well as South Korea attended the summit which was chaired by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.

Li on Monday attended the 20th China-ASEAN (10+1) leaders' meeting in Manila, calling for upgrading the China-ASEAN cooperation framework from 2+7 to 3+X.

The 3+X, using the letter X in math to represent the unknown, means China-ASEAN will touch many fields while focusing on three pillars -- political security, economy and trade, and people-to-people exchange.

The current 2+7 framework emphasizes a two-point political consensus of enhancing strategic trust and promoting economic cooperation and seven cooperation fields including trade facilitation, interconnectivity, security exchanges, among others.

This is Li's first overseas trip after the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in October. The trip is expected to deepen China's friendly cooperation with the Philippines, promote China-ASEAN ties and enhance regional cooperation in East Asia.

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