Coronavirus makes Germany’s EU-China summit go virtual – Reports

The EU-China summit was set to be a geopolitical high point of Germany’s rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union, with Chancellor Angela Merkel playing host. The eastern German city of Leipzig was to be the stage for the three-day summit, when Chinese President Xi Jinping would have met together with all 27 EU heads of state for the first time.

Germany’s government canceled the physical summit in June because of the coronavirus pandemic. Now only protesters are…

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