Chinese top legislator Wu Bangguo met here Tuesday with visiting Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, highlighting to further cooperation of mutual benefit with Thailand.
Wu, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, said that China and Thailand share close relations and productive cooperation, which fruited from the joint efforts made by the two sides and the supports from the Thai royal family.
He said Sirindhorn has made valuable contribution to bilateral relations, noting that the development of China-Thailand relations is the common aspiration of the two peoples.
China will join in hands with Thailand to expand the fields of cooperation and further explore the cooperative potential in an aim to strengthen the cooperation to benefit the well being of the two peoples, Wu said.
Sirindhorn expressed her profound feelings to the Chinese people, saying that she feels very delighted to see the achievement China made in her China visits.
She said she would continue to study Chinese culture and Chinese experience on the social and economic development and contribute to boosting China-Thailand friendship.
At the invitation of the Chinese government, Sirindhorn arrived here Monday afternoon for a 12-day visit.
Besides Beijing, Sirindhorn will also visit northwest China's Qinghai Province, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, central China's Hubei Province, east China's Zhejiang Province and China's economic hub Shanghai.
This is Sirindhorn's 24th visit to China.