Chinese and Uruguayan parliaments leaders vowed to strengthen cooperation in Beijing Monday afternoon.
The National People's Congress (NPC) of China would like to work with the Uruguayan parliament to improve the exchanges between parties, enterprises and local governments of the two countries, said Chinese top legislator Wu Bangguo.
Wu, chairman of the NPC Standing Committee, made the remarks when he met with Julio Cardozo, president of the Chamber of Deputies of the National Congress of Uruguay.
Wu said both China and Uruguay are developing countries and have the political foundation for further development of bilateral ties.
He said China and Uruguay have maintained close cooperation of reciprocity since they forged diplomatic ties 19 years ago, which has benefited the two peoples.
He voiced the belief that the cooperation between the two countries will be furthered in a stable and sustainable way.
Cardozo said the Uruguayan parliament will promote friendly exchanges with the NPC to push forward the all-round Sino-Uruguayan relations.