PLA senior official meets Zbigniew Brzezinski

21:26, July 12, 2010      

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Vice Chairman of China's Central Military Commission Xu Caihou met with former U.S. National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski in Beijing Monday.

The two sides discussed China-U.S. relations and international and regional issues of common concern.

"More than 30 years of China-U.S. relations have proved the two countries can co-exist peacefully and enjoy common development. The two sides should properly handle bilateral relations and international issues to their mutual benefit instead of as a zero-sum game. China's development will expand cooperation between the two countries," Xu said.

Brzezinski said the two countries should carry out all-round strategic dialogue and strengthen communications and negotiations, and work for the peace and stability of the world.

Xu, praising Brzezinski's suggestion, said he hoped more U.S. strategists would visit China, have more exchanges with Chinese counterparts, and objectively introduce China to the U.S. people and promote the development of bilateral relations.

Brzezinski was invited by the China Institute for International Strategic Studies.

Source: Xinhua


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