Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi and his Myanmar counterpart U Nyan Win held talks in Myanmar's new capital of Nay Pyi Taw Thursday.
Yang said the development trend of China-Myanmar relations is currently good with the two countries keeping in touch at high level and continuously making progress in the cooperation in all sectors.
Yang expressed China's thanks to Myanmar for its support rendered to China in the quake relief efforts and Beijing Olympic Games.
He stressed that the Chinese government highly appreciated the relations with Myanmar and will adopt the policy of having good relations and partnership with neighboring countries in continuously pushing ahead the China-Myanmar good neighborly ties on the basis of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence.
At the meeting, U Nyan Win said the frequent exchange of visits at high level has strongly enhanced the development of the bilateral ties.
He expressed Myanmar's thanks to China for its prompt assistance provided for the cyclone relief of Myanmar.
He maintained that Myanmar has as always abide by the one-China policy and will continue to firmly support China on the issue of Taiwan and that dealing with Tibet.
The two sides unanimously agreed that the foreign ministries of the two countries will keep frequent access and consultation and timely exchange views on bilateral ties and issues of common concern.
The two sides will, in the sector of economic and trade cooperation, actively push the cooperation projects already coordinated and expand the new form of cooperation and new areas as well as raise the level of cooperation.
The two sides also agreed that the Chinese side will support Myanmar's post-storm reconstruction work, closely coordinate and further implement the aid projects extended by the Chinese side and enhance cooperation in joint combat of cross-border offenses such as drug trafficking.
U Nyan Win also briefed Myanmar's domestic political and economic situation, saying that the Myanmar government would continue its efforts in pushing the democratic process and economic development.
Yang expressed China's sincere hope and support Myanmar's political stability, national reconciliation, economic development and social harmony, assuring to render assistance for Myanmar's national construction as much as possible.
The Chinese foreign minister arrived Nay Pyi Taw earlier on Thursday on a two-day visit to Myanmar.