Kim visits China, says DPRK committed to denuclearization (2)

15:44, May 07, 2010      

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TOURS TO OPENING-UP FRONTS


Kim Jong Il (2nd L Front), general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defense Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), accompanied by Hu Jintao (2nd R Front), general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and Chinese president, visits Beijing Boao Biotech Co. Ltd in Beijing, capital of China, May 6, 2010. (Xinhua/Ma Zhancheng)

This was Kim's fifth visit to China since the new century with the latest in 2006. Besides Beijing, Kim also toured some of China's reform and opening-up fronts, including economic development zones, bonded ports, and hi-tech companies in the cities of Dalian, Tianjin and Shenyang.

During each of his visits to China, Kim said, he could always witness the new achievements made by Chinese people in the great cause of building socialism with Chinese characteristics.

China's achievements are a great encouragement to the people of the DPRK, he said.

The DPRK's work in various fields is progressing orderly, and the core task of all the work of the DPRK party is to constantly improve the living standard of the people, Kim said.

With the principle of mutual benefit and win-win, the DPRK welcomes Chinese enterprises to invest in the country and will actively lift the level and quality of bilateral pragmatic cooperation, Kim said.

In Dalian, a booming coastal city in northeast China, Kim told DPRK officials in his delegation to study the experience of China's renovation of its old industrial base.
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