Xi jinping arrives in singapore ahead of china taiwan meeting in china. Chinese authorities will start the ‘Chinese Chinese Tour’ soon.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, with his wife Peng Liyuan, left, and their daughter Peng Yue are heading to china for the second time. The forme바카라r Premier Zhou Yongkang, left, will be there next.
A senior official told Blo더킹카지노omberg New Energy Finance that the visit to taiwan could help consolidate support for the island’s “China dream.”
“The Xi Jinping visit will help reinforce Taiwanese support for the China dream and the China-Tibetan relationship,” said Jang Yeung-jae, a managing director with the consultancy Naver.
For Taiwan, which was under a British colonial occupation until 1975, the visit could be seen as the beginning of a long-term political transition to a democracy based on the rule of law, economic development and a strong military presence.
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives at the Jiwon International Airport in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, April 3, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer
On Sunday, Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the visit, saying it was an “important milestone.”
The visit by Xi is not the first time that Taiwanese leaders have been seen by Beijing. In 2003, then Taiwanese Prime Minister Yukihiko Noda visited a Chinese port in Hong Kong where he was welcomed by a delegation led by Vice Premier Li Peng.
Taiwan’s official Xinhua news agency said last week that Xi, who has visited Taiwan several times since becoming president in 2012, is expected to meet a handful of high-ranking Chinese leadership since becoming president, including Prime Ministerjarvees.com Ma Ying-jeou.
A Taiwan-based businessman has said Taiwanese companies have set up more than $60 million worth of Chinese projects in China as part of the government’s new “china tourism” policy, a move analysts say will be aimed at gaining some momentum in Beijing’s new economic relationship with the island.
China’s State Council, China’s cabinet, announced that Xi and Ma would meet at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing during the visit to Tainan, home to about 50,000 Taiwanese, and will hold “private discussions on various areas of common interest.”
On Saturday, Xinhua said Chinese President Xi Jinping, a frequent target of Taiwan’s criticism, will visit Taiwan on Sept. 17 for a “day-long visit in which he will discuss issues that are relevant to Taiwan