Officials from Jamaica and China in meeting between Prime Minister Holness and the Premier of China Li Keqiang, last week.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has wrapped up an official visit to China that included meetings with the top leadership of that country and detailed discussions on several infrastructural works involving Chinese companies in Jamaica.
The visit that included two Cabinet ministers started with a bilateral meeting with President Xi Jinping and an address to the opening ceremony of the China International Import Exposition in Shanghai.
According to a long statement from the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) issued Sunday, the visit concluded Saturday, November 9, and included bilateral talks with Premier Li Kequiang. “These bilateral meetings were used to review Jamaica’s current cooperation framework with China and explore additional areas of cooperation agreed upon under a new strategic framework,” the OPM statement said.