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Hu, Obama agree on further dialogue
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08:17, February 02, 2009

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President Hu Jintao and US President Barack Obama expressed their mutual desire to strengthen bilateral ties on Friday during a telephone conversation. Hu said China is ready for further dialogue and wants to promote trust and cooperation with the United States.

Describing Sino-US ties as "the most important" for both sides, Obama said strengthened dialogue and cooperation is in the interests of the world at large.

Source: Xinhua




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