Senior CPC official, Italian PM upbeat on bilateral ties (2)

14:02, June 09, 2010      

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Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (R) meets with He Guoqiang, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and secretary of the CPC's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, in Rome June 8, 2010. (Xinhua/Liu Jiansheng)

China is confident in the prospect of Sino-Italian relations, said He, who is a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee.

On world economic situation, the Chinese official said the global economy has shown signs of recovery and growth after the financial crisis, but the foundation for recovery is yet to be further consolidated.

Therefore, he said, it is crucial for all countries to upgrade coordination and cooperation on macro economic policy, oppose any form of protectionism, and improve the structure of global governance, so as to achieve a complete economic recovery and sustainable development.

The Chinese official said China has followed closely the European debt crisis and supported the measures taken by countries hit by the crisis, the EU and international financial organizations.

Berlusconi, for his part, said China's achievements in socio-economic development should be attributed mainly to the correct leadership of the Communist Party of China and the political system with Chinese characteristics.

The Italian leader said he is fully confident that China's development will continue to benefit the rest of the world including Italy.

Berlusconi added that China's proposal for building a harmonious world could provide a solution to problems emerging in today's world political and economic landscape that is undergoing profound and complicated changes.
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