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China, Peru vow to push forward all-round cooperative partnership
Updat:Mar 20, 2008   Author:lj   Click:[]

www.chinaview.cn2008-03-19 21:54:06

China and Peru on Wednesday vowed to push forward all-round cooperative partnership, and be good friends and partners.

Chinese President Hu Jintao (L) hosts a welcoming ceremony for his Peruvian counterpart Alan Garcia on Wednesday afternoon in Beijing. China and Peru on Wednesday vowed to push forward all-round cooperative partnership, and be good friends and partners.(Xinhua Photo)

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BEIJING, March 19 (Xinhua) -- China and Peru on Wednesday vowed to push forward all-round cooperative partnership, and be good friends and partners.

The two countries also signed a series of agreements on bilateral cooperation in economics, technology, cultural exchanges, quarantine and media. During the meeting with the Peruvian President Alan Garcia on Wednesday afternoon, Chinese President Hu Jintao sang highly of the China-Peru relations over the past 37 years since the two countries established diplomatic ties, describing bilateral relationship as healthy and stable, mutual high-level visits as frequent, cooperation in various fields as ever expanding and two sides as taking cooperative attitude in dealing with international or regional affairs. Garcia reiterated that Peruvian government firmly adheres to one-China policy and opposes any act aimed at separating China. Garcia said that Peru publicly and clearly opposes the referendum to be conducted by Taiwan for UN membership, noting that the referendum is against norms and principles of international laws and is a threat to world peace and stability. Hu said he particularly appreciated Garcia continuing a friendly policy towards China after retaking the presidential office, adding that he appreciated Peru's one-China policy and support for China's peaceful reunification. Hu said, in order to bring the China-Peru all-round cooperative partnership to a new high, China is willing to make joint efforts with Peru to strengthen exchanges between the two countries' governmental organs, legislatures and ruling parties, actively and pragmatically promote free trade area negotiations and cooperation in trade, energy, mining, agriculture, fishery, infrastructure, poverty alleviation, tourism, space science, traditional medicine and cultural heritage protection. Hu also proposed that the two countries should intensify bilateral consultation and coordination at mult

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