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Chinese President to meet EU leaders to boost ties

Paris:The Chinese President  Xi Jinping will meet top European Union (EU) leaders here on Tuesday  to strengthen ties through a meaningful dialogue.The reports said the leaders of China, France, Germany and the EU were set to meet in Paris for 'unprecedented' talks on how to improve ties.This comes at a time when Beijing has invested massively in Europe.

The French President Emmanuel Macron said he hoped to build a 'new global governance' with China and would discuss this at the unprecedented meeting with the German chancellor and the president of the European Commission.Media reports said the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker will join Xi and Macron at the Elysee Palace to explore “points of convergence” between the two trading giants. 

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