Li Keqiang meets with President of Thai Parliament and Speaker of House of Commons
On the morning of November 5, local time, Premier Li Keqiang met with Chuan Lap Pai, chairman of the Thai Parliament and Speaker of the House of Commons, at the New Parliament Building in Bangkok. Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Zhai Jianlan
Bangkok, 5 Nov (Reporter Baiyang and Zhao Yipu) on the morning of November 5 local time, Premier Li Keqiang met with Chuan Lippai, chairman of the Thai Parliament and Speaker of the House of Commons, at the New Parliament Building in Bangkok.
Li Keqiang spoke highly of the current development of Sino-Thai relations, appreciated the long-term efforts of the Thai Parliament to promote friendship between the two countries, and said that China is willing to continue to deepen exchanges and cooperation with Thailand in various fields, including the legislature. We will continue to consolidate the public opinion foundation of the relations between the two countries, and let the "Sino-Thai family" kiss and increase the affinity. We are willing to strengthen communication and coordination with Thailand in regional and international affairs and promote the continuous development of China-ASEAN relations and regional integration.
The Chuanli faction welcomes Prime Minister Li Keqiang to visit Thailand and attend a series of East Asian cooperation leaders' meetings. He said that the Thai people have deep feelings for the Chinese people. Recently, the Thai Parliament actively participated in the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the people's Republic of China. The Thai side is willing to strengthen exchanges and exchanges with the Chinese side between the legislature, the people, and the youth, so as to promote the greater development of relations between the two countries.
Xiao Jie attended the meeting.