British Foreign Secretary David Miliband left here Friday, concluding his six-day official visit to China.
On his China trip, Miliband visited Hong Kong Special Administration Region, Shanghai, Chongqing and Beijing.
While in Beijing, he met with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and held talks with Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi.
He met with Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Dai Bingguo Friday morning. The two discussed an extensive range of topics.
Dai said China has made remarkable achievements since its reform and opening up 30 years ago.
China would stick to the concepts of scientific, harmonious and peaceful development and commit itself to maintaining enduring peace and common prosperity of the world, he added.
Miliband said in the era of globalization, both Britain and China had responsibilities of achieving development and stability and promoting peace, security and cooperation.
Britain supported China's development and would conduct exchanges and cooperation with China in governing country and managing state affairs, Miliband said.