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Top Chinese political advisor vows to further ties with Belarus


10:43, June 09, 2012

Jia Qinglin (R), chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), shakes hands with Vladimir Makei, director of the presidential office of Belarus, in Beijing, capital of China, June 8, 2012. Jia met with a Belarussian delegation led by Makei Friday. (Xinhua/Zhang Duo)

BEIJING, June 8 (Xinhua) -- China's top political advisor Jia Qinglin on Friday said China will enhance ties with Belarus and promote substantial cooperation.

When meeting with a Belarussian delegation, Jia, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), hailed the development of bilateral ties since the two states established diplomatic ties in 1992.

He highlighted the enhanced political trust, mutually beneficial economic cooperation, active cultural and people-to-people contact, and support for each other's major concerns.

The Belarussian delegation was led by director of the presidential office Vladimir Makei.

Makei said China is a reliable partner of Belarus, and he appreciated China's support to Belarus in safeguarding sovereignty and promoting national development.

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