Chinese judicial branch will enhance its exchanges and cooperation with German counterparts in an effort to improve efficiency and promote Sino-German relations.
Luo Gan, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, gave this remark in his meeting with Hans-Juergen Papier, president of the German Federal Constitutional Court in Beijing on Tuesday.
Luo said Sino-German relations witnessed a sound development momentum along with expanding bilateral cooperation in political, economic and culture sectors.
"Such cooperation also exists between the judicial branches of the two countries, which has contributed to the growth of bilateral ties," Luo acknowledged.
China attaches importance to the vital role of law played in the economic development and social progress and will further increase the efficiency and fairness of judicial work, he said.
Apart from basing itself on its own specific national conditions and experience, China will also absorb and learn from judicial experience of other countries, including Germany, Luo said.
Papier, who had come to visit China as guest of the Chinese Supreme People's Court, agreed with Luo on his remarks concerning Germany-China relations, saying that the Federal Constitutional Court will further step up its cooperation with Chinese judicial sector.