Chinese FM meets Indonesian, Singaporean, Hungarian counterparts

08:37, July 22, 2010      

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Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi met with Indonesian, Singaporean and Hungarian counterparts respectively on bilateral ties in Hanoi Wednesday.

The foreign ministers are in Hanoi for the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting and related meetings which are taking place during this week.

In Yang's meeting with Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa, the two sides vowed to fully implement agreements reached by leaders of the two countries.

The two sides said China and Indonesia would maintain the good momentum of frequent exchange of high-level visits, promote the development of China-ASEAN free trade area, strengthen coordination in the international and regional affairs and safeguard common interests of developing countries.

In the meeting between Yang and Singaporean Foreign Minister George Yong-Boon Yeo, the two sides agree to further expand exchanges and cooperation for common development on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral ties.

China and Singapore will hold the meeting of China-Singapore Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation, a meeting on Suzhou Industrial Park and a meeting of Tianjin Eco-city Joint Coordinating Council soon to discuss cooperation and plan for future development.

In the meeting between Yang and Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi, the two sides are committed to deepening traditional friendship, consolidating political mutual trust, expanding economic, trade and investment cooperation and expanding personnel exchanges.

Hungary will assume European Union's rotating presidency in the beginning of next year. The two sides vowed to take this opportunity to push forward both China-Hungary ties and China-EU ties.



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