China willing to enhance friendly exchanges with Liberia: FM

09:50, March 31, 2011      

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China is willing to enhance friendly exchanges with Liberia in a wide range of areas, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said in Beijing Wednesday.

During the meeting with his Liberian counterpart, Toga Grayewea McIntosh, Yang said China would continue to support the peaceful reconstruction of Liberia while advancing bilateral ties to a new level.

Since China and Liberia resumed diplomatic ties in 2003, both countries have deepened cooperation, maintained close high-level exchanges, supported each other on issues concerning key interests and enhanced mutual political trust, Yang said.

The two countries have achieved remarkable results through cooperation in areas such as as economy, trade, culture, education and health, Yang added.

For his part, McIntosh said Liberia appreciates the contribution China has made to Liberia's post-war reconstruction and economic and social development.

Liberia is ready to make joint efforts with China to strengthen friendly exchanges, expand cooperation and move forward the Liberia-China relations, McIntosh said.

The two parties also exchanged views on international and regional issues of common concern.

Source: Xinhua
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