China-Premier/Jamaica

Chinese premier holds talks with Jamaican PM

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Beijing, China - Nov 8, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Honor guard halting in formation
2. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang waiting to welcome Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness
3. Holness' limousine arriving
4. Li, Holness shaking hands
5. Holness shaking hands with Chinese officials
6. Military band playing Jamaican national anthem
7. Jamaican national flag
8. Honor guard firing 19-gun salute
9. Li, Holness standing on ceremonial platform amid playing of Chinese national anthem
10. Various of Chinese officials, honor guard standing
11. Honor guard saluting
12. Various of Li, Holness reviewing honor guard; honor guard saluting
13. Various of honor guard parading
14. Li, Holness entering meeting hall
15. Cameramen filming
16. Li, Holness shaking hands, posing for photos
17. Various of talks between Li, Holness in progress; Chinese, Jamaican officials in attendance
18. Various of Li, Holness talking; Chinese, Jamaican officials signing, exchanging cooperation documents
19. Various of Holness laying wreath at Monument to People's Heroes
20. Guards saluting

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang held talks with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness Friday in Beijing.

Calling Jamaica an important partner of China in the Caribbean region, Li said the two countries have respected each other and treated each other equally since the establishment of their diplomatic ties 47 years ago, with the bilateral relationship enjoying continued, healthy and stable development.

China is willing to import more high-quality products from Jamaica in accordance with the market demands, and enhance exchanges and cooperation with Jamaica in the fields including tourism, education, sports and vocational training, said Li.

China is also ready to step up cooperation with Jamaica on the climate change issue to push for the implementation of the Paris Agreement, Li said.

In response, Holness said as the first Caribbean country that established diplomatic relations with China, Jamaica stands ready to actively engage in the Belt and Road cooperation, strengthen cooperation with China in the sectors including trade, investment, infrastructure, healthcare, education, vocational training and tourism, and intensify communication and coordination with China on international affairs such as climate change, so as to continue upgrade the bilateral relations to new heights.

After the talks, Li and Holness witnessed the signing of cooperation agreements between the two sides in various sectors including the Belt and Road construction, trade and human resources.

Before the talks, Li held a welcome ceremony for Holness at the square to the east of the Great Hall of the People.

Holness laid a wreath at the Monument to the People's Heroes at the Tian'anmen Square on Friday morning.

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  • Published : 2019-11-08 20:20
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  • Location : Beijing,China
  • Category : politics
  • Duration : 2'39
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China-Premier/Jamaica

Chinese premier holds talks with Jamaican PM

Dateline : Nov 8, 2019

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 2'39

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Pусский
  • Español


Beijing, China - Nov 8, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Honor guard halting in formation
2. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang waiting to welcome Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness
3. Holness' limousine arriving
4. Li, Holness shaking hands
5. Holness shaking hands with Chinese officials
6. Military band playing Jamaican national anthem
7. Jamaican national flag
8. Honor guard firing 19-gun salute
9. Li, Holness standing on ceremonial platform amid playing of Chinese national anthem
10. Various of Chinese officials, honor guard standing
11. Honor guard saluting
12. Various of Li, Holness reviewing honor guard; honor guard saluting
13. Various of honor guard parading
14. Li, Holness entering meeting hall
15. Cameramen filming
16. Li, Holness shaking hands, posing for photos
17. Various of talks between Li, Holness in progress; Chinese, Jamaican officials in attendance
18. Various of Li, Holness talking; Chinese, Jamaican officials signing, exchanging cooperation documents
19. Various of Holness laying wreath at Monument to People's Heroes
20. Guards saluting


Chinese Premier Li Keqiang held talks with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness Friday in Beijing.

Calling Jamaica an important partner of China in the Caribbean region, Li said the two countries have respected each other and treated each other equally since the establishment of their diplomatic ties 47 years ago, with the bilateral relationship enjoying continued, healthy and stable development.

China is willing to import more high-quality products from Jamaica in accordance with the market demands, and enhance exchanges and cooperation with Jamaica in the fields including tourism, education, sports and vocational training, said Li.

China is also ready to step up cooperation with Jamaica on the climate change issue to push for the implementation of the Paris Agreement, Li said.

In response, Holness said as the first Caribbean country that established diplomatic relations with China, Jamaica stands ready to actively engage in the Belt and Road cooperation, strengthen cooperation with China in the sectors including trade, investment, infrastructure, healthcare, education, vocational training and tourism, and intensify communication and coordination with China on international affairs such as climate change, so as to continue upgrade the bilateral relations to new heights.

After the talks, Li and Holness witnessed the signing of cooperation agreements between the two sides in various sectors including the Belt and Road construction, trade and human resources.

Before the talks, Li held a welcome ceremony for Holness at the square to the east of the Great Hall of the People.

Holness laid a wreath at the Monument to the People's Heroes at the Tian'anmen Square on Friday morning.

ID : 8126690

Published : 2019-11-08 20:20

Last Modified : 2019-11-08 22:26:16

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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