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China and Romania pledge closer cooperation


10:52, October 27, 2012

BEIJING, Oct. 26 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang met with Romanian Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean on Friday and pledged to boost cooperation between the two countries.

Hailing the traditional friendship and fruitful cooperation between the two nations, Li said the bilateral ties have been developing smoothly in a sustained way as China and Romania respected and supported each other on core interests and major concerns.

"The Chinese side is willing to make joint efforts with the Romanian side to consolidate the political ties and make use of the long-lasting friendship to generate more practical achievements of cooperation, leading the bilateral relationship to a new phase," said the Chinese Vice Premier.

During the meeting, Li said China always attached importance to the role of Europe and is ready to continue strengthening ties with the European Union.

He said the initiation of the European Stability Mechanism recently had sent out a positive signal in the process of addressing the European debt issue. Li believed that a consensus will be reached and the situation in Europe will improve.

"China will continue its support for Europe's push to resolve the debt issue," he said.

Li said the development of Central and Eastern Europe will provide great potential for the growth of the continent.

"(We) hope that the Romanian side will play an active role in promoting the cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European countries, and make new contribution to advancing the ties between China and Europe," he said.

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