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UPDATED: 07:27, March 24, 2006
China, Brazil pledge to strengthen ties
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Chinese Vice President Zeng Qinghong said on Thursday in Beijing that China would work closely with Brazil to promote bilateral relations to a high level by deepening cooperation in various fields.

China and Brazil, as large developing nations, share extensive common interests, said Zeng in talks with visiting Brazilian Vice President Jose Alencar in Beijing.

Bilateral relations have developed in an all-round way since the two countries set up a strategic partnership in 1993, Zeng said.

Alencar is here for a six-day visit. Chinese President Hu Jintao will meet with him on Friday. He will also co-chair with Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi the first session of the China-Brazil High-level Committee on Consultation and Cooperation.

The two countries are expected to "bring the committee into full play" and boost cooperation in areas such as politics, trade, technology and culture, Zeng said.

Zeng called on the two countries to enhance high-level exchanges, explore new ways of cooperation and enhance coordination in international and regional affairs.

Alencar reiterated Brazil's adherence to the one-China policy and peaceful reunification.

He also highlighted the sound development of bilateral trade cooperation, hoping the two countries could make full use of their complementary economies to deepen cooperation in other sectors.

Brazil will make joint efforts with China and take the opportunity of launching a High-level Committee on Consultation and Cooperation to promote their cooperation, Alencar said.

Zeng and Alencar signed four cooperative agreements after their one-hour talks in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

Source: Xinhua

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