Germany willing to further enhance cooperation with China: president

17:04, November 27, 2010      

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German President Christian Wulff said here Friday that Germany is willing to deepen cooperation with China in various fields and raise bilateral ties to a new height.

Wulff made the remarks when meeting with Chinese State Councilor Ma Kai.

Wulff said that in recent years, Germany-China relations have witnessed frequent exchanges of high-level visits, the deepening of mutual understanding between the two peoples and an increasing integration of bilateral interests.

He added that both sides also share similar positions on issues like opposing protectionism and maintaining financial stability.

Germany will always keep its door open to China and looks forward to promoting cooperation with China in all fields, Wulff said. He also spoke highly of China's great contributions to the world economic recovery.

Stressing that China attaches great importance to its relations with Germany, Ma said that the strategic partnership forged by leaders of the two countries in July has offered a new framework for broadening bilateral cooperation from a strategic perspective.

China is ready to make joint efforts with Germany to enrich the content of the strategic partnership and promote world peace and development, Ma added.

The Chinese official also met with German Economy Minister Rainer Bruederle in Berlin on Friday. They exchanged views on strengthening bilateral economic and technological cooperation and working together for balanced and stable global economic growth.

Ma briefed the German minister on China's economic situation and its macro-control policies.

Source: Xinhua


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