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China, Poland agree to deepen strategic partnership

(Xinhua)

13:33, April 26, 2012

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) attends a welcoming ceremony held for him by Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk in Warsaw, Poland, April 25, 2012. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei)

WARSAW, April 25 (Xinhua) -- Visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk held talks here Wednesday and reached important consensus on deepening the strategic partnership between their countries.

Since the establishment of diplomatic ties, China and Poland have always understood and supported each other on issues concerning each other's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and have respected each other's choice of development path, although the two countries and the world at large have changed significantly, Wen said.

Noting that the international political, economic and security situations are undergoing profound changes, he said China highly values Poland's development potential and its influence on European and international affairs.

China is ready to strengthen high-level contacts and enhance cooperation in various fields with Poland to push forward the China-Poland strategic partnership, he added.

China, he said, agrees to establish a regular meeting mechanism between the two countries' prime ministers so as to enhance political mutual trust and strategic communications.

Meanwhile, Beijing endorses the creation of an inter-governmental commission to coordinate bilateral collaboration in various areas and the formulation of medium- and long-term plans for economic and trade cooperation, he added.

The two sides should take vigorous steps to double their trade within five years, he said.

Wen also suggested that the two countries set up a steering committee for industrial cooperation and boost collaboration in investment, infrastructure, new energy and high technology.

The Chinese premier also urged the two sides to promote exchanges on culture, education and tourism and on sub-national levels so as to deepen mutual understanding and friendship.


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