Senior DPRK official sees stronger DPRK-China friendship

20:00, January 26, 2010      

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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) would continue to develop and consolidate the friendship with China, a senior DPRK official said here Tuesday.

Choe Thae Bok, secretary of the Workers' Party central committee, told outgoing Chinese Ambassador Liu Xiaoming the traditional friendship was established by the elder revolutionary generation of the two countries and the DPRK-China friendship was a "common treasure" to the two peoples.

DPRK and China had held a series of activities last year to celebrate DPRK-China friendship year, Choe said.

Liu said he experienced many great events of the China-DPRK relationship during his time in the DPRK, and deeply felt the friendship between the two countries was rooted in two peoples' hearts. He would continue to work on consolidating and promoting the friendly and cooperative ties between the two countries in the future.

Source: Xinhua
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