Wang Yi: Cooperation is greater than competition

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Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi called for deeper cooperation between Beijing and Europe during a video call with EU High Representative Josep Borrell on February 8.

Wang said that open cooperation, multilateralism and dialogue were the most important ingredients to the continued development of China-EU relations. Borrell said cooperation with China is necessary and cannot be replaced.

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