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FM: Chinese president's fruitful Japanese tour "a major diplomatic move" (2)
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07:42, July 10, 2008

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PROMOTE SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION, SOUTH-NORTH DIALOG

Hu Jintao''s visit has boosted coordination and cooperation among developing countries, and added new momentum to the South-South cooperation as well as North-South dialogue, the Chinese foreign minister said.

At a meeting of five major developing countries'' leaders from China, India, Brazil, South Africa and Mexico, President Hu said developing countries should strengthen coordination and cooperation in a bid to jointly push forward the lofty ideals of peace and development for all humanity.

Hu also proposed priorities for further cooperation among the five countries.

The countries should strengthen solidarity and coordination, promote common development, increase economic exchanges and coordination, and carry out mutually beneficial cooperation, Hu suggested.

The countries should step up coordination and advance South-South cooperation, and push forward reforms in global systems of economy, finance, trade and development, Hu said.

Hu also called for a long-term view and the promotion of North-South dialogue, adding that the five nations should work together to shoulder responsibilities, and wield a positive influence on global affairs.

Hu''s proposals won support and approval from the leaders of the other four countries, and were written into the declaration issued after the meeting of the five nations, Yang Jiechi said.

The proposals are expected to wield a positive influence on South-South cooperation and the North-South dialogue, Yang added.


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