Top legislator's visit to deepen Sino-Cambodia friendship: Chinese ambassador (2)

17:59, November 01, 2010      

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He called China-Cambodia relations "a good example of sincere cooperation between countries with different social systems". Meanwhile, the ambassador commended Cambodia's consistent position to offer firm support to China on those issues that concern China' s major and core interests.

He stressed that "steadily deepening and developing of the comprehensive cooperation partnership of the two countries has been Chinese government's consistent policy."

During Wu's stay in Cambodia, Pan said, he will hold talks with National Assembly President Heng Samrim, and meet with King Norodom Sihamoni, Senate President Chea Sim and Prime Minister Hun Sen, respectively. They will exchange views on the issues of further developing of the all round cooperation partnership and promoting the level of friendship and cooperation of the two countries, as well as the issues of common concern.

Moreover, Pan said that the two countries will also sign a series of cooperation agreements on economy and trade during Wu's visiting.

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