22 Nov, BEIJING – United Nations Secretary-General designate Antonio Guterres will visit China from Nov. 28 to 29 at the invitation of the Chinese government.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang made the announcement during a routine news briefing on Monday, saying that China values the visit of Guterres.
During his trip, Guterres will meet Chinese leaders and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, but specific arrangements are still under discussion, Geng said.
China and Guterres will discuss the current international situation, the future development of the United Nations, China-UN cooperation and international and regional issues of common concern, he said.
China hopes the trip will boost mutual trust and map out the future cooperation between the two sides, Geng added. (Xinhua)