Moldova wants comprehensive cooperation with China: PM

22:07, September 07, 2010      

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Moldova is interested in cooperating with China in various fields, particularly energy, transportation and trade, Prime Minister Vlad Filat said Tuesday.

Filat, during a meeting with Fang Li, the new Chinese ambassador to Moldova, reiterated his government's intention to enhance cooperation between the two countries.

The prime minister emphasized the importance of developing trade relations with China and learning the Chinese experience in promoting industrial parks.

Filat, who will visit China next week, expressed confidence that the trip would bring benefits to Moldova.

"I hope the visit will foster the Moldovan-Chinese relations in all sectors," he said. "Additionally to the previously discussed projects, we will make real proposals for the creation of investment-friendly platforms for Chinese investors."

Filat also said the diversification of markets for Moldovan goods, especially wine, is highly topical for Moldova. In the context, participation in the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai is important for Moldova, he added.

"The Republic of Moldova should be seen as a platform of clear prospects of access both to European and Eastern markets," Filat said.

For his part, Fang said the Chinese government attaches special importance to its relations with Moldova.

He expressed hope that he would manage to carry out many joint projects that contribute to the extension and enhancement of bilateral relations.

Source: Xinhua


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