Sino-U.S. ties enjoy important opportunity for further development (2)

13:35, September 21, 2010      

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Yang and Clinton also exchanged views on international and regional issues of common concern.

Also on Monday, Yang met with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki.

During his meeting with his Turkish counterpart, Yang said that over the recent years, China and Turkey have made great strides forward in their friendship and cooperation in such fields as politics, the economy and culture.

Yang voiced his hope that the two sides will continue to maintain high-level contacts, strengthen bilateral communication and coordination, deepen mutually beneficial cooperation and promote an all-around and healthy development of bilateral relations.

Davutoglu said that Turkey attaches great importance to its ties with China, and is ready to further the bilateral cooperation of mutual benefit in all fields and the coordination and cooperation in international and regional affairs.

During his meeting with Mottaki, Yang said China and Iran are maintaining a good momentum in developing bilateral ties, and have very productive cooperation in various sectors.

China is ready to work with Iran to further deepen pragmatic cooperation in all fields and further promote bilateral relations, the Chinese minister said.

Mottaki spoke highly of the development of Iran-China relations, saying that Iran is ready to further expand its cooperation with China in the fields of economy, trade and energy.
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