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Ecuadorian president to have busy agenda in China

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Ecuadorian president to have busy agenda in China

Quito, Jan 31 (Prensa Latina) Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso will have a busy agenda in China, where he traveled on Tuesday for an official visit until February 6.
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Upon departing from the Mariscal Sucre International Airport, the president said, “During this visit, we will address issues such as the mutual interest of starting negotiations for a Free Trade Agreement between both nations and, at the same time, raise the interest of renegotiating the terms of the debt Ecuador has with Chinese banks.”

The head of State added that he expects to get positive results for Ecuador’s development.

Lasso recalled that during a telephone conversation with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, on August 29, he received an invitation to hold an official bilateral meeting to bring both peoples closer and deepen their diplomatic and trade relations.

According to him, one of the main activities that will mark his agenda and that of his accompanying delegation in China will be the presidential dialogue, in addition to meeting with Prime Minister Li Keqiang.

He will also participate in the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, where Ecuador will be represented by skier Sarah Escobar, the first woman from this Andean territory to participate in that sporting event.

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