EU and China join forces to tackle Trump over climate change

EU and China join forces to tackle Trump over climate change
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China and the European Union are often at loggerheads diplomatically but there’s been a rare consensus on the need to protect the Paris climate deal.

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China and the European Union are often at loggerheads diplomatically but there’s been a rare consensus on the need to protect the Paris climate deal.

The Chinese prime minister Li Keqiang said that combating global warming is an “international responsibility”; a position that is line with the EU but quite opposed to the “Trump’s America First” policy.

Li Keqiang’s comments came as he arrived in Berlin ahead of a summit in Brussels with EU leaders.

More cohesion, integration and prosperity have been the subjects of discussion for civil and business leaders meeting at the Brussels Economic Forum; all that and more in today’s edition of the Brief from Brussels.

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