In the time of COVID-19, China’s mask has fallen with regard to Europe

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Publication Date 08/09/2020
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2020 was forecast to be a busy Chinese-European year from the diplomatic point of view, with many meetings designed to bring to a successful conclusion some crucial and sometimes old issues, in particular an agreement on investments. Of course, negotiations were difficult, but they were ongoing. On the Euro-Chinese agenda was the annual Sino-European summit and a “17+1” conference between China and 17 Balkan and Central European States including 12 members of the European Union. In addition, Angela Merkel promised to hold an additional EU-China Summit, in September in Leipzig on the occasion of the German presidency of the Council of the Union.

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