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Angela Merkel attends virtual talks with Li Keqiang in Berlin on April 28.
Photographer: Michele Tantussi/Getty Images
Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germany and China to join forces to defeat the coronavirus pandemic and raised the prospect of deeper cooperation on Covid-19 vaccines.
In her opening remarks during virtual talks Wednesday with her Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang, Merkel said the two nations should “speak openly and transparently about vaccine production.”