DALIAN, China, June 25 (Reuters) - China's Premier Li Qiang told delegates at a World Economic Forum meeting in Dalian the country's electric vehicles and lithium batteries were not only meeting domestic demand but also enriching global supply, amid trade tensions with the West.

Li also said on Tuesday that he was confident the world's second-largest economy would hit its full-year economic growth target of around 5% and that it could be expected to continue to show steady improvement over the second quarter. (Reporting by Ellen Zhang and Joe Cash; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)