Myanmar PM meets senior CPC official

21:18, September 17, 2010      

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Myanmar Prime Minister U Thein Sein met with He Yong, visiting member of the Secretariat of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and Deputy Secretary of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, in Nay Pyi Taw Friday.

He conveyed Premier Wen Jiabao's warm greeting to U Thein Sein, thanking Myanmar government and people for their messages of sympathy sent to the Chinese government and people over the recent natural disaster which occurred in Gansu.

Noting that China and Myanmar are good neighbors, good friends and good partners, He said the two countries' relations have as always maintained a good trend of steady development and continuous expansion of exchange and cooperation in respective sectors, bringing about solid benefit.

Not long ago, He said, Chairman Than Shwe visited China again, reaching a common view with President Hu Jintao over a wide range in promoting traditional friendship and deepening of mutually beneficial cooperative ties.

The Chinese side attached high importance to the development of the two countries' long-term stability and neighborly and friendly cooperative ties, He said.

He expressed wishes to take the 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties with Myanmar as a new starting point to make new achievement by jointly and properly implementing the key cooperation projects and continuously push the mutually beneficial cooperation.

He expressed thanks to the Myanmar side for Myanmar's support rendered over the issue that is related to China's core advantage, saying that China will as always provide aid as much as possible for Myanmar's development and prosperity.

At the meeting, U Thein Sein said the people of Myanmar and China have been living on good terms as neighbors since ancient time. Leaders of the two countries frequently exchanged visits, further consolidating the already existing friendly and cooperative ties.

Thein Sein expressed Myanmar government and people's thanks to the Chinese side for the support given, saying that Myanmar would continue to adopt a one-China policy to actively realize the two countries key projects and continuously raise the mutually beneficial cooperation level to enable inheritance of the paukphaw (fraternal) friendship generation by generation.

The two sides also exchanged views on other matters of common concern.

On the same day, He also met with members of the Myanmar State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) U Tin Aye and Secretary General of the Union Solidarity and Development Party U Htay Oo in Nay Pyi Taw.

Present on the occasion were He's entourage of some high ranking Chinese official and Ambassador to Myanmar Ye Dabo.

At the invitation of the SPDC, He, leading the CPC delegation, arrived Yangon on Thursday on a goodwill visit to Myanmar.

He had visited Nepal from Sept. 11 to 15 before his Myanmar tour.

Source: Xinhua


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