Chinese FM talks trade and cooperation with French officials
China and France have agreed to closer ties. The two countries signed a new agriculture agreement Saturday when Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian in Paris. It's the latest stop on Wang's five-country tour of Europe, as Beijing works to bolster ties, rebuild the global economy and fight the pandemic. Laurent Fabius, president of the Constitutional Council of France, said Europe and China need to "cooperate in order to have a harmonious and balanced world." Florent Parmentier, director of geopolitics website EurasianProspective.net shares his idea on opportunities for China and France to grow trade and other cooperation.