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Chinese vice premier, Macedonian leader vow to enhance bilateral ties

(Xinhua)

10:45, March 30, 2012

Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu (L) shakes hands with Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov in Skopje, capital of Macedonia, on March 29, 2012. Hui Liangyu arrived in Skopje on Wednesday for a three-day visit. (Xinhua/Mia)

SKOPJE, March 29 (Xinhua) -- Visiting Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu met with Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov on Thursday in Skopje, capital of Macedonia, and both sides vowed to push bilateral ties to a new high.

Hui said that although China and Macedonia have different sizes, social systems and cultural traditions, the friendship between the peoples of the two are solid.

He said that China and Macedonia understand and support each other on their core interests and major concerns, and their cooperation has moved forward across the board since the normalization of bilateral relations.

Hui said China appreciates Macedonia's firm adherence to the one-China policy and China respects the development path that Macedonia has chosen according to its own national conditions.

Hui described the current political relationship between China and Macedonia as good, and said "the core task to promote bilateral relations for the moment is to turn this good political relationship into tangible results of mutually beneficial cooperation."

Looking to the future, he said pragmatic cooperation between China and Macedonia in various sectors would be very promising. "I believe that we can enrich our cooperation and push it to a new level through our joint efforts," Hui said.

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