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Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC

Gaston Thorn, President of the CEC, Wilhelm Haferkamp, Vice-President of the CEC in charge of External Relations including Nuclear Affairs, François-Xavier Ortoli, Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs, Credit and Investments, Etienne Davignon, Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Industrial Affairs, Energy, Euratom Supply Agency, Research and Science and the Joint Research Centre, Emile Noël, Secretary-General of the CEC, and Leslie Fielding, Director general of the DG "External Relations" of the CEC, received Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, Zhang Jinfu, Chinese Member of the State Council and Chairman of the State Economic Commission, Chen Chu, Deputy Secretary General of the Chinese State Council, Qian Qichen, Chinese Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jia Shi, Chinese Deputy Minister for Economic and Foreign Trade Relations, Tao Siju, Chinese Deputy Minister for Public Security, and H.E. Ambassador Zhang Shu, Head of the Mission of China to the EC. Discussions touched among others subjects: the world policy and the economic circumstances, and the development of the bilateral relations between the Community and China.
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Group photo, in the first row, from left to right, H.E. Ambassador Zhang Shu, Zhao Ziyang ...
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Discussion between Zhao Ziyang, on the left, and Gaston Thorn
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Discussion between Zhao Ziyang, on the left, and Gaston Thorn
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Arrival of Zhao Ziyang, on the left, welcomed by Gaston Thorn, on his left
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Qian Chen, Chen Chu and Wilhelm Haferkamp, in the first row, from left to right, ...
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Handshake between Zhao Ziyang, on the left, and Gaston Thorn
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Meeting in the Commission meeting room: Emile Noël, Leslie Fielding, H.E. Ambassador Zhang ...
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Zhao Ziyang, Alexander Schaub, Head of cabinet of Willy de Clercq, and Gaston Thorn, from ...
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Handshake between Zhao Ziyang, on the right, and Etienne Davignon
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984
Visit of Zhao Ziyang, Chinese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Zhao Ziyang, on the left, and Wilhelm Haferkamp
Reference: P-001647
Date: 05/06/1984



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