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China-EU high-level strategic dialogue to cement understanding, trust: Chinese FM


10:22, July 07, 2012

BEIJING, July 6 (Xinhua) -- China expects the third round of China-EU high-level strategic dialogue to further cement mutual understanding and trust between the two sides, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Liu Weimin said on Friday.

Liu made the remarks at a regular press briefing, adding that China attaches great importance to the dialogue, which will be held on July 9-10 in Beijing.

According to the spokesman, China and EU have exchanged in-depth views on the current global situation and bilateral relations during the previous two rounds of strategic dialogues, which has helped build mutual understanding and trust.

Liu also expressed China's willingness to make joint efforts with the EU side so as to achieve positive results from the dialogue.

The third round of China-EU high-level strategic dialogue will be co-hosted by Chinese State Councilor Dai Bingguo and Catherine Ashton, EU high representative for foreign affairs and the European Commission's vice president.


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