Chinese president in Uzbekistan for visit, SCO summit (2)

11:23, June 10, 2010      

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Karimov agreed with Hu's comments on bilateral ties and his six-point proposal for further enhancing bilateral relations, saying Hu's suggestion has charted the direction for future bilateral and multilateral cooperation.

He said his country upholds the one-China policy, backs China's positions on issues concerning China's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and supports the fight against the "three evil forces."

Karimov also said his country highly appreciates China's important role in tackling the global financial crisis and in solving regional and international problems.

Following the meeting, the two leaders witnessed the signing of cooperation documents between the two countries. They also signed a joint statement on efforts to comprehensively deepen and develop the friendly and cooperative partnership between China and Uzbekistan.

The Chinese leader will attend this year's SCO summit slated for Friday. He will also pay a state visit to Kazakhstan.

Founded in 2001, the SCO consists of China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Mongolia, India, Pakistan and Iran are observers of the organization.

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