DPRK top legislator meets Chinese vice FM for talks over bilateral ties

08:29, February 22, 2011      

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Kim Yong Nam, top legislator of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), met with Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun in Pyongyang on Monday to exchange views on bilateral relations.

During the meeting at the Mansudae Assembly Hall, Kim, president of the DPRK Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, spoke highly of the development of the two countries' relationship.

Kim introduced the DPRK's efforts in developing its economy to build a prosperous country and the achievements in this regard.

He also wished that China could make more achievements in promoting the scientific outlook on development as well as building socialism with Chinese characteristics.

Zhang said the Chinese government has unswervingly remained committed to consolidating and developing the friendship between the two countries.

China is ready to work with the DPRK to make constant efforts toward promoting common development and safeguarding regional peace and stability, Zhang said.

At the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK, Zhang arrived in Pyongyang on Sunday for talks over the development of DPRK-China relations, peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula and denuclearization.

Source: Xinhua
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