China,Uzbekistan vow to boost sustainable development of trade relations

09:50, December 05, 2009      

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Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan (R) meets with his Uzbekistani counterpart Elyar Ganiev in Beijing, capital of China, Dec. 4, 2009. (Xinhua/Rao Aimin)

Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan met in Beijing Friday with his Uzbekistan counterpart Elyar Ganiev, pledging to promote the healthy and sustainable development of economic and trade ties.

Wang conveyed congratulation on the success of the eighth session of the China-Uzbekistan Economic and Trade Cooperation Committee.

He said since the two countries forged diplomatic ties, high-level exchanges were frequent and the cooperation in such areas as economic and trade, energy and security were ever expanding.

He called on governments of both sides to actively create conditions for exchanges and cooperation between entrepreneurs and people of various walks of life of the two countries and strengthen energy resource cooperation as well as cooperation outside the resource field.

Ganiev spoke positively of the development of Sino-Uzbek relations. He said Uzbekistan was willing to further enhance cooperation with China in various areas.

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