Hu Jintao puts forward proposals for enhancing Sino-Canadian ties (4)

14:10, June 25, 2010      

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Visiting Chinese President Hu Jintao(L,back)and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper(R, back)attend the signing ceremony of a tourism destination agreement between the two coutries in Ottawa, Canada a, June 24, 2010.(Xinhua/Li Xueren)


The official signing of the agreement on designating Canada as the destination of overseas travel by the Chinese citizens indicated a new starting point in bilateral relations, he said.

Canada is committed to working together with China to build stronger and closer ties, the prime minister concluded.

Earlier in the day, Hu and Harper held talks and reached important consensus on the development of bilateral links and on major global and regional issues of common concern.

After the talks, Hu and Harper attended the signing ceremony of cooperation documents between the two countries, including the agreement on designating Canada as the destination of overseas travel by the Chinese citizens.

Hu, who flew to Ottawa Wednesday for a three-day state visit, also met with Governor General Michaelle Jean earlier Thursday.

Following his visit, the Chinese president will attend a G20 summit in Toronto, which is aimed at securing the world economic recovery and addressing the economic challenges and risks.
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