Chinese top legislator Wu Bangguo met here Wednesday with a delegation of Myanmar's State Peace and Development Council led by its First Secretary Thein Sein.
The two sides both vowed to continue to push forward bilateral cooperation and support each other on important regional and international issues.
China and Myanmar witnessed continuous expansion of political mutual trust and steady growth of bilateral cooperation in various fields, said Wu, chairman of the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress (NPC)
He expressed China's appreciation of Myanmar's long-term coherence to the one-China policy, adding that China will always respect the path that Myanmar people choose to develop their country.
China highly values the ties with Myanmar and will continue to boost its cooperation with the country in fields such as economic and trade, and fighting against drag trafficking, the Chinese top legislator told Thein Sein.
He also briefed the guest with the latest development of China's socialist construction and the achievements made during the process.
Echoing Wu's views on the bilateral relations, Thein Sein said Myanmar is also on its way of national construction, expressing the hope that Myanmar could step up its friendly cooperation with China and learn from the valuable experience of China in national development.
On same day, Thein Sein also hold talks with Li Tieying, vice-chairman of NPC standing committee, on inter-parliamentary ties and other issues of common concern.
Thein Sein is on an official good-will visit to China from June 5 to 10 at the invitation of the NPC Standing Committee.