Top Chinese political advisor meets Sudanese National Congress vice president

19:53, July 06, 2010      

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China's top political advisor Jia Qinglin Tuesday met with vice president of Sudanese National Congress Nafi'a Ali Nafi'a, pledging to upgrade friendly cooperation.

China has always valued the traditional friendship with Sudan and views bilateral relations from a strategic point of view, said Jia, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), China's top advisory body.

Jia, also a Standing Committee member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, said China would like to work with Sudan to cement political trust, improve cooperation as well as innovate different ways of cooperation and seek mutually-beneficial common prosperity.

Hailing party-to-party ties as "an important engine" to deepen bilateral relations, Jia said the CPC would like to work with the Sudanese National Congress to boost overall China-Sudan ties.

Nafi'a spoke highly of the current ties between the two parties, pledging to enhance communication and cooperation for a stronger Sudan-China friendship.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:黄硕)

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