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Chinese vice premier, Kyrgyz PM discuss cooperation

(Xinhua)

08:54, September 12, 2012

BISHKEK, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- Visiting Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu put forward a five-point proposal to boost bilateral ties during a meeting with Kyrgyz Prime Minister Zhantoro Satybaldiyev here Tuesday.

Hui said the first step was to expand economic and trade cooperation by further improving the trade and investment environment to provide policy support and convenience for enterprises seeking to expand in each other's country.

The second involved pushing forward transportation cooperation with the aim of beefing up connectivity between the two countries, Hui said.

The third was to carry out agricultural cooperation in the areas of promoting better varieties, plantations, water-saving and irrigation, machinery, and intensive processing, Hui said.

He also suggested making the electricity sector a new focus of their pragmatic cooperation.

Hui lastly urged the two neighbors to make use of their complementary nature to press ahead with their regional cooperation.

Satybaldiyev said his country appreciated China's strong backing for its independence, sovereignty and economic development and welcomed Chinese investment.

The two countries, he said, held similar positions on many international and regional issues, adding Kyrgyzstan was ready to further bilateral cooperation within the framework of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as well as in other bilateral and multilateral organizations.

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