The arrangements are going on in full swing in China in the wake of its premier Li Keqiang’s tour to Russia, Italy and Germany. China’s foreign affairs ministry, which briefed the media about the same, even mentioned that this tour was significant, as the premier would ink deals with the three countries that are aimed at boosting the tourism.
It may be noted that China has been in news over its agenda of strengthening bilateral and trilateral relationships with neighboring countries. It may be recalled that its premier even visited India, with which the country was reportedly not in good terms for quite some time, and extended the hand of cooperation.
Li is scheduled to pay a visit to UN Food and Agricultural Organization, which is headquartered in Rome, between 9 October and 15 October. Later on, he would reportedly attend the tenth Asia-Europe meet that will take place over the next two days in Milan.
While several commercial contracts would be inked between the three countries, there would also be talks on visa rules and processing between these nations.