Xi Jinping calls for cooperation with LAC countries at China-CELAC Forum

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Chinese President Xi Jinping called for enhancing cooperation with Latin American and Caribbean states when addressing the third Ministerial Meeting of the Forum of China and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (China-CELAC Forum) via video link on Friday.

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