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Wen Jiabao Arrives in Copenhagen for the Leaders' Meeting of the Climate Change Conference

On the evening of December 16 local time, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao arrived in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, for the leaders' meeting of the Climate Change Conference to be held on December 18.

Chinese Ambassador to Denmark Xie Hangsheng and the staff of the embassy as well as the senior officials from the Danish government greeted Wen at the airport.

Wen told accompanying reporters aboard his special plane that his attendance at the meeting aims to show the great importance the Chinese government and people attach to climate change and their willingness to work with the international community in meeting this global challenge with the greatest sincerity and determination. The Copenhagen climate conference is now in its final and critical stage, Wen said, adding that he will closely communicate and coordinate with various parties and deliver a speech outlining China's position on climate change. "I hope the meeting, with joint efforts made by various parties, will yield fair, reasonable, balanced and achievable results," he said.

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