In a bid to fuel global economic recovery, Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang, during his visit to Berlin on Tuesday, urged Germany to strengthen its cooperation with Beijing. Amid a global economic recovery that lacks momentum, Keqiang emphasized the need for enhanced dynamics in growth.
In a press conference in Berlin, as reported by France Press Agency, the Chinese Premier underscored that the global economic recovery lacks the necessary growth dynamism. He further stressed that China and Germany, being two large and influential countries, should work closely together for global peace and development.
Boosting bilateral cooperation between the two economic powerhouses could potentially catalyze the much-needed growth momentum and accelerate global recovery efforts. The push for more robust cooperation from both countries, leaders in their respective continents, underlines the importance of multinational collaboration in addressing global economic challenges.