President Hu advocates unity, development at G20, APEC meetings (2)

08:22, November 15, 2010      

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DEEPENING CHINA'S FRIENDLY TIES, COOPERATION WITH OTHER ECONOMIES

On the sidelines of the G20 summit in Seoul, President Hu had sincere and candid exchanges of views on bilateral relations and international and regional issues of common concern with U.S. President Barack Obama, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak at separate talks, and reached broad consensus with them, Yang said.

During his meeting with Obama, Hu said how to advance positive, cooperative and comprehensive Sino-U.S. relations at a higher level and develop a partnership in fields where the two sides have found common interests was a major task facing the two countries.

It not only concerns the two countries themselves, but also has a far-reaching influence on the future of the world, Hu said.

China and the United States should strengthen bilateral dialogue, exchanges and cooperation, respect each other's core interests, and push for the healthy and steady development of bilateral relations, Hu said.

China hopes the United States will pursue positive and constructive policies toward China and strive to stabilize and boost their bilateral ties. The two sides should trust each other and work together to address increasing global challenges at a time of constant changes in the international and regional situation, Hu said.

Hu said both countries should seize the opportunity to boost exchange and cooperation in various fields and maintain the positive momentum in bilateral relations.

Agreeing with President Hu's views on the development of bilateral ties, Obama said the United States was ready to strengthen cooperation with China in promoting strong, sustainable and balanced growth of the world economy.

Obama said his country was also looking forward to further dialogue and consultations with China to boost bilateral ties.

During his meeting with Medvedev, Hu said China and Russia should hold grand celebrations to mark the 10th anniversary of the signing of the China-Russia treaty of good neighborhood, friendship and cooperation, as part of the efforts to boost their traditional friendship and all-round strategic cooperation.

Medvedev said Russia is willing to join efforts with China to boost the comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination between the two countries and hold celebrations to mark the 10th anniversary of the treaty.

The two presidents agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation and coordination in such regional and international organizations as the G20, APEC, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) to further advance the reform of the international monetary system and enhance international financial supervision.

During talks with the South Korean president, President Hu said China-South Korea relations have been developing well and bilateral trade and cooperation have maintained a good momentum.

China is ready to work with South Korea to push for a comprehensive, in-depth and stable development of their bilateral strategic partnership.

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(Editor:梁军)

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