- March 22-24: Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Russia. The two countries signed a joint statement on deepening the bilateral comprehensive strategic partnership.
- May 19-21: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited India, reaching cooperation agreement on trade, agriculture, and environmental protection. The two countries also proposed to build an economic corridor among China, India, Myanmar and Bangladesh.
- May 22-23: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited Pakistan, during which the two countries issued a joint statement to cement their strategic partnership.
- June 27-30: South Korean President Park Geun-hye visited China. The two sides agreed to strengthen cooperation on bilateral economy and trade, deepen cultural ties and coordinate on regional affairs.
- September 3-13: Chinese President Xi Jinping paid a visit to four Central Asian countries—Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, and attended a summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. During his visit, Xi proposed to build a Silk Road economic belt together with the four countries.
- October 2-8: Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Indonesia and Malaysia and also attended the 21st informal economic leaders' meeting of APEC in Bali. When delivering a speech at the House of Representatives of Indonesia, Xi called for strengthening maritime cooperation with ASEAN nations and building a 21st century maritime Silk Road together.
- October 9-15: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited Brunei, Thailand and Viet Nam. During the visits, China issued joint statements with the three countries respectively to deepen bilateral ties and signed cooperation agreements on various aspects. In addition, during the visits, Li also participated in a series of East Asia leaders' meetings.
- October 22-23: Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited China, and attended the China-Russia prime ministers' regular meeting.
- October 22-24: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visited China. The two sides signed a series of agreements on bilateral cooperation in a wide range of areas.
- October 22-26: Mongolian Prime Minister Noroviin Altanhuyag visited China, during which the two countries signed a document outlining key areas of cooperation in the medium and long term.
(Source: Compiled by Beijing Review)