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Chinese vice premier, Hungarian acting president discuss ties (2)


13:54, May 01, 2012

Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (3rd R) meets with Hungarian Acting President Laszlo Kover in Budapest, Hungary, April 30, 2012. (Xinhua/Huang Jingwen)

He said China will, as always, view bilateral relations from a long-term strategic perspective and is willing to be Hungary's good friend and partner.

Kover, who is also the speaker of the Hungarian parliament, lauded the important role China plays in international political and economic affairs.

He said Hungary is willing to expand trade with China, increase exports to China and attract more Chinese enterprises to invest in Hungary in a joint effort to cope with the international financial crisis.

The two sides also need to strengthen exchanges in such areas as education and tourism, Kover said.

Also on Monday, in the company of his Hungarian counterpart Tibor Navracsics, Li visited a Hungarian-Chinese bilingual school in Budapest and presented learning materials for Chinese language learners there.

The Chinese vice premier flew in from Moscow earlier in the day for an official visit.

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