Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay state visits to Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica and Mexico and meet with US President Barack Obama in the United States in June, Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang announced on Tuesday.
Qin said Xi's visits to Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica and Mexico from May 31 to June 6 have important significance for the all-around and in-depth development of China's ties with the three nations, expressing his belief that the visits will inject new vitality to China's relations with the Latin American and Caribbean regions.
The China-US summit, the first since President Xi took office in March, will be held in California on June 7-8.
Qin highlighted the significance of the meeting, saying it will bolster the long-term, sound and steady development of China-US relations, and promote peace, stability and prosperity in the region and the world.
The two leaders will exchange their views on bilateral relations and regional and international issues of common concern, Qin added.
Thomas Donilon, US President Barack Obama's national security advisor, will visit China from May 26-28 to prepare for the summit.
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