Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao met here on Friday with his Myanmar counterpart Thein Sein in south China's Hainan Province, calling on closer bilateral cooperation in the areas of energy and transportation network construction.
Hailing the achievements of bilateral ties over the years, Wen said China supports Myanmar's sustainable development, and is committed to helping the country to get over the difficulties brought by global financial crisis.
China sincerely hopes for Myanmar's political stability, economic development and national reconciliation, Wen said.
He called on both countries to enhance cooperation in energy and transportation network building, to provide sound infrastructure for bilateral trade and investment.
Thein Sein, who is here to attend the 2009 meeting of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA), expressed appreciation for China's assistance for Myanmar's economic and social development.
He spoke highly of China's proposals and measures in coping with the international financial crisis, especially, China's appeal for safeguarding the rights of developing countries.
Myanmar will seriously implement bilateral agreements and promote bilateral cooperation, he said, calling on China's continuous participation in the country's economic construction.