Chinese President Xi Jinping's signing of an article on China-Rwanda relations has received positive reviews from both the Rwandan media and its public.
With a population of approximately 12 million as of 2016, one of the highest population densities among African countries, Rwanda has abundant human capital, especially those from the young generations, to boost its national rejuvenation. The important issue is how to find a suitable way to achieve it.
Today, a "China-Africa community with a shared future" is the buzzword to describe China-Africa relations. Behind the popularity of the phrase lies the unremitting effort by leaders of China and Africa to forge such a community by deepening political mutual trust and pursuing common development.
The China-Rwanda relationship is in a period of fast development, Chinese Ambassador Rao Hongwei told the media in a recent interview, envisaging Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to bring the relationship into a new era.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is scheduled to pay a reciprocal two-day state visit to Rwanda from July 22 to 23. This will be the first time a president of China has visited Rwanda since 1971, when the two countries established bilateral relations.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will start his visit to the United Arab Emirates on July 19, which marks a significant milestone in the two states’ bilateral ties. The UAE is Xi’s first visit to a foreign country in 2018.
The U.S. and Australia are expected to hold its annual consultations on foreign affairs and national security next week. Media reports say China's so-called "meddling" in the South Pacific will be on the agenda of the meeting.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is to carry out a major diplomatic move from July 19 to 28, paying state visits to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Senegal, Rwanda and South Africa, attending the 10th BRICS summit in Johannesburg, and visiting Mauritius during a stopover.
The World Trade Organization members have attached great importance to China's role in driving global growth and protecting the multilateral trading system from being destroyed, the organization's senior coordinator said on Friday.
By igniting the largest trade war in economic history, the Trump administration has once again proven to be a disrupter to the global economic order.