Chinese FM meets Hungarian counterpart

09:07, June 06, 2011      

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Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi on Sunday met here with Hungarian Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi to discuss ways to deepen bilateral relations.

Yang said that China-Hungary relations have been developing steadily, with bilateral mutually beneficial cooperation, coordination and communication in all fields deepening constantly in recent years.

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will visit Europe recently and China would like to work with Hungary to further expand bilateral cooperation and open a new chapter in bilateral relations, Yang said.

Yang said China would continue to encourage Chinese businesses, tourists and student to invest, travel and study in Hungary.

China hopes that Hungary, who holds the current EU rotating presidency, will continue to play a positive role in pushing the EU to oppose trade protectionism and recognize China's full market economy status so as to promote the continual development of China- EU relations, Yang said.

Martonyi said that Hungary remains committed to developing relations with China by adhering to the principle of mutual respect and trust.

Hungary welcomes investments from Chinese enterprises and would like to expand cooperation with China in fields such as culture, tourism, education, Martonyi said.

Source:Xinhua
 
 
     
 
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