China's development beneficial to developing countries: Hun Sen

10:57, March 19, 2010      

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Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterated on Thursday that China's development will benefit the region and the developing countries.

Hun Sen made the remarks when he held talks Thursday afternoon with Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu, who is paying a visit to the country.

Expressing his congratulation to the great achievements made by China in recent years in social and economic fields, Hun Sen said that "China's development is not only conducive to China itself, but also beneficial to the ASEAN countries including Cambodia as well as vast numbers of developing countries."

Moreover, the premier expressed gratitude towards China for continue supports in both economic and political issues as well as financial assistance provided to Cambodia.

Hun Sen stressed that Cambodian government attaches great important to develop the friendly relations with China, adding that Cambodia will continue to firmly support Chinese government concerning its core interests and on major issues.

Hui spoke highly of Sino-Cambodian comprehensive cooperation partnership, and thanked Cambodia for its commitment to strengthen the friendly cooperation of the two countries and its support to China's core and major issues. He also praised Cambodia for their deepening coordination and communication with China on the international affairs.

Hui said China is willing to work with Cambodia to strengthen the cooperation and exchanges in various fields in an effort to promote bilateral relations to a higher level.

According to Eang Sophaleth, the spokesman of Prime Minister, Hui highly valued the country's rapid development in all fields under the leadership of Hun Sen.

Hui also assured to continue supports to Cambodia and pledged to promote more in economic, trade, investment, culture, tourism and agricultural sectors.

Hui Liangyu, arrived in Cambodia on Wednesday, has also met with Sok An, deputy prime minister and minister of the Office of the Council of Ministers, and Yim Chhaly, another deputy prime minister.

Cambodia is the first leg of Hui's five-nation visit which will also take him to the Laos, Palestine, Israel and India.

Source: Xinhua
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