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Premier Li Keqiang urged the EU to sign the bilateral investment agreement as soon as possible in a call with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Monday, the official China Daily reported. The agreement, the negotiations of which concluded last year, was delayed by the EU following sanctions against each other over human rights issues in China's Muslim Xinjiang Uygur region. Li calls the two countries "comprehensive strategic partners" and hopes Italy will help promote a healthy and stable development of China-EU ties, the daily said.