The Czech prime minister, Bohuslav Sobotka, is set to begin a six-day visit to China on Saturday. The PM will be accompanied by the ministers of health, transport and local development, as well as a large delegation of business people. The visit is chiefly aimed at boosting cooperation between companies in both states. During his stay in the world’s most populous state Mr. Sobotka will put his signature to the New Silk Road initiative, which is aimed at improving economic cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European states.
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