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Chinese vice premier, Hungarian acting president discuss ties


13:50, May 01, 2012

Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (L) meets with Hungarian Acting President Laszlo Kover in Budapest, Hungary, April 30, 2012. (Xinhua/Huang Jingwen)

BUDAPEST, April 30 (Xinhua) -- Visiting Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang discussed here Monday with Hungarian acting President Laszlo Kover the bilateral ties, saying it is in the fundamental interests of both countries to enhance friendly and cooperative partnership.

During their talks, Li said that with a long history of exchanges and contacts, China and Hungary have cultivated deep friendship and laid solid foundation for pragmatic cooperation.

Hungary has become China's largest investment destination in Central and Eastern Europe, Li said, adding China stands ready to actively promote practical cooperation with Hungary and make joint efforts to create conditions for promoting two-way trade and balance of trade.

The Chinese side will encourage Chinese enterprises to invest in Hungary and provide financial support for them, said Li, voicing the hope that the Hungarian side will offer more convenient conditions for the investment drive of Chinese enterprises.

Against the backdrop of ever-deepening globalization, the two nations need to pull together in times of trouble and further advance practical cooperation in various areas, the Chinese vice premier said.

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