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UPDATED: 08:07, April 12, 2006
Liu: Olympics to boost cooperation between Beijing and London
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Beijing organisers said on Tuesday that the Olympic Games will lift the Chinese capital's cooperation with London to a new level.

Liu Qi, president of the Beijing Organising Committee for the 2008 Olympics, made the remarks during a meeting with the visiting London Mayor Ken Livingstone.

"Beijing and London had traditional friendship, and the Olympics has offered a good opportunity for the cooperation between the two cities,"said Liu.

Livingstone, who has visited Beijing Olympic venues as well as the urban planning exhibition during his stay, said that London will share experience and enhance exchanges with Beijing in hosting the Olympic Games.

The mayor added that the Olympics bring both cities opportunities for development, but also responsibilities of delivering it successfully due to the Games' great influence on billions of people in the world.

He said that the delegation of London Organizing Committee for the 2012 Olympic Games has met the Beijing organisers, laying a foundation for the cooperation between the two cities.

Source: Xinhua

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