Top Chinese political advisor vows to bolster ties with Poland

08:35, November 03, 2010      

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Jia Qinglin (L), chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee, holds talks with Polish Senate Speaker Bogdan Borusewicz in Warsaw, Poland, during his official good-will visit on Nov. 2, 2010. (Xinhua/Wu Wei)

China's top political advisor Jia Qinglin pledged in Warsaw Tuesday to enhance mutual understanding and economic ties with Poland.

Jia, chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee, made the remarks when meeting Bogdan Borusewicz, speaker of the Polish Senate.

During their talks, Jia hailed the traditional friendly cooperation between China and Poland since the two states established diplomatic ties 61 years ago, including the frequent exchange between the leaderships, legislative bodies and government departments.

Poland has been China's largest trade partner in the central and east Europe as bilateral trade for the first time exceed one billion U.S. dollars in 2008, 12 times more than that in 1998, Chinese official figures show.

Jia applauded Poland's participation in the Shanghai Expo, and called for strengthening coordination in international affairs.

Jia proposed the two states to further exchange between leaderships and at the grass-root level to bolster mutual understanding and mutual trust, to expand economic and trade cooperation such as two-way investment, to properly handle differences and resolve such differences through dialogue, especially to substantially take care of each other's core interests and major concerns.

Labeling China as "Poland's largest partner in Asia", Borusewicz applauded bilateral ties and cooperation in various fields, vowing to further promote bilateral ties.

Jia and Borusewicz both pledged to enhance exchange and cooperation between the CPPCC and the Polish Senate.

Jia arrived here Tuesday afternoon for an official good-will visit.

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