China, Denmark pledge joint efforts to tackle climate change, upgrade ties (2)

12:44, April 11, 2010      

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Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping (2nd, R) meets with Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen (2nd, L) in Boao, a scenic town in south China's Hainan Province, April 10, 2010. (Xinhua/Fan Rujun)

Xi called on both countries to enhance understanding, expand common ground and strengthen collaboration to generate substantial mutual benefits.

Rasmussen said his country would like to work closely with China for a better bilateral relationship.

Xi reaffirmed the Chinese government's great attention to tackling climate change and praised the Copenhagen Accord reached at the Copenhagen climate change conference last December.

Xi praised Rasmussen and his country for their efforts to making the Copenhagen conference a success.

Rasmussen spoke highly of China's positive role in seeking a successful Copenhagen conference and producing the Copenhagen Accord.

Xi pledged China would like to make joint efforts with Denmark to seek more progress in fighting climate change.

Rasmussen will fly late Saturday to Beijing, where he will hold talks with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Monday.
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