Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao, said the country is ready to push for more mutually beneficial relations with Bangladesh.
Wen made the remark when holding talks with Fakhruddin Ahmed, Chief Advisor of Bangladeshi Caretaker Government in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Tuesday morning.
During their talks, Wen said China and Bangladesh had seen smooth development of bilateral relations since establishing diplomatic ties 33 years ago.
Wen added China is ready to continue to adopt new measures for development of bilateral trade and economic cooperation.
Fakhruddin thanked China for its long-term economic partnership, saying he hoped for even closer cooperation to expand trade.
After the talks, Wen and Fakhruddin attended a signing ceremony of several documents dealing with cooperation between the two countries.
Fakhruddin arrived here Monday, starting a four-day visit at the invitation of the Chinese government. He will attend the closing ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games Wednesday.