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|Thursday, July 27, 2000, updated at 13:18(GMT+8)|
Hu Jintao, Lukashenko Discuss Bilateral Ties
Lukashenko told Hu that Belarus sees it as one of its foreign policy's priorities to further develop friendly and cooperative relations with China. The Belarusian government and people will make all their efforts to enhance the Belarusian-Chinese friendship and expand cooperation between the two countries in all fields, he added.
The Belarusian leader noted that Belarus and China have been always supporting each other and cooperating in the international arena, and share identical views on upholding strategic stability and safety in the world.
He also reiterated that Belarus continues adherence to the one-China policy and never establish official ties with Taiwan in any forms.
Hu, in his turn, said that since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Belarus in 1992, the two countries have always trusted and supported each other because of the following main reasons:
-- the two sides obey the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and other international norms;
-- the two sides make efforts to establish sincerely friendly and cooperative ties in many fields;
-- the two sides share common or similar positions and interests over many international problems and practise effective cooperation.
The Chinese vice-president reiterated that China supports Belarus in its efforts to vindicate the state sovereignty and national dignity.
China also respects the policy and the road of development pursued by Belarus, he added.
Hu stressed that China is ready, together with Belarus, to expand and deepen the bilateral friendly and mutually beneficial cooperation and to push the Sino-Belarusian ties to a new high.
After their talks, the two leaders attended a signing ceremony, at which the two sides signed an economic cooperation accord and an education cooperation document.
Hu arrived here Tuesday night for a three-day official visit.
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