Chinese premier calls for more cooperation with U.S.

08:04, September 25, 2010      

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Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) meets with U.S. President Barack Obama in New York, the United States, Sept. 23, 2010. (Xinhua/Huang Jinwen)

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao met at United Nations with U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday, focusing on bilateral ties and regional and world issues and calling for more cooperation.

China and the United States can deepen their cooperation on significant international affairs and major regional issues as well as on efforts to handle global financial woes and climate change, Wen said.

He said China and the United States could forge an even closer and wider-ranging trade and financial relationship.

At the beginning of the meeting, Wen said the China-U.S. relationship has advanced beyond the bilateral scope and has a major impact on the world.

The common interests of the two countries far outweigh their differences, Wen said.

Although there exist differences between China and the United States, the problems can be well solved through dialogue and cooperation, the premier said.

Obama, for his part, noted that since taking office, he has had good cooperation with the Chinese leadership. The United States will continue to enhance its ties with China on the basis of common interests and mutual respect, Obama added.

The two sides have already cooperated on a range of important issues, including the global financial crisis, and have also cooperated well under the G-20 framework, the president said.

Source:Xinhua
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