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Sudanese defense minister visits China, highlights further exchanges
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20:32, July 13, 2009

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China and Sudan on Monday highlighted further exchanges in various fields as Sudanese Defense Minister Abdel Rahim Mohamed Hussein pays an official friendly visit to China.

"The two countries have witnessed fruitful cooperation in such areas as politics, economy and culture since the establishment of diplomatic ties 50 years ago," said Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie in talks with Hussein.

Liang Monday hosted a red-carpet welcome ceremony for Hussein, who arrived in Beijing on Sunday in Beijing.

China and Sudan enjoy a long history of friendship, and the two countries also share same or similar views on major international and regional issues, said Liang.

Hussein spoke highly of Sudan-China relationship, saying that the Sudanese government is grateful for China's help and assistance in the past years.

"Sudan will continue to adhere to one-China policy," Hussein said.

China and Sudan established diplomatic ties on Feb. 4, 1959. The two countries had conducted sound economic cooperation, with bilateral trade standing at 8.2 billion U.S. dollars in 2008.


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