Top Chinese legislator meets with Laotian parliamentary leader

10:51, October 02, 2010      

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Top Chinese legislator Wu Bangguo met with Laotian National Assembly President Thongsing Thammavong in Shanghai Saturday.

In his meeting with Thongsing, Wu, chairman of China's National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, welcomed Thongsing to visit Shanghai and thanked his support to the Shanghai World Expo.

Thongsing hailed the Shanghai 2010 World Expo as the "most successful" in history. "I am honored to attended celebrations of China' s National Pavilion Day Friday," he said.

Recalling Thongsing's China visit in 2008, Wu said: "I still have fresh memory of your last visit. It is a boost to our relations."

China and the Laos have made good progress in bilateral relations in recent years, with parliamentary exchanges serving as an important channel to boost understanding and cooperation.

Vice Chairwoman of the NPC Standing Committee Yan Junqi paid a goodwill visit to the Laos in March.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:王寒露)

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