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New Zealand Prime Minister Announces Chinese Premier's Visit

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New Zealand Prime Minister Christopher Luxon's recent announcement of Chinese premier Li Qiang's upcoming visit to the country signifies a significant diplomatic event. Addressing the media at a post-cabinet press conference, Mr. Luxon emphasized the value of this visit in fostering dialogue and cooperation on mutual interests while also acknowledging differences between New Zealand and China. The planned visit is particularly crucial given China's status as New Zealand's top trading partner, with substantial two-way trade reaching nearly NZ$38 billion in the year ending March 2024, as reported by Statistics New Zealand.

Mr. Li's visit will be the second prominent visit from a high-ranking Chinese official to New Zealand this year, following China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi's visit in late March. New Zealand's evolving stance on China within the Five Eyes intelligence alliance has been noted, with the country becoming more vocal about issues it finds concerning in Beijing's actions. During Minister Wang Yi's visit, discussions included various topics such as trade, business, security in the Pacific, and areas of divergence such as human rights issues and the situations in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, and Tibet. Moving forward, Mr. Luxon expressed confidence in the growth of trade with China, aligning with the government's ambition to double the value of exports in the coming decade.

While the exact dates of Mr. Li's visit are yet to be disclosed by the government, the anticipation and preparation for this high-profile visit underscore the significance of the diplomatic ties and economic relations between New Zealand and China. Such visits serve as opportunities for both nations to engage in dialogue, deepen understanding, and navigate differences constructively, in line with their shared and respective interests.

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May 21, 2023 | 05:09