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|Friday, April 27, 2001, updated at 09:43(GMT+8)|
Vice-premier Meets Syrian DelegationChinese vice-premier Qian Qichen met with a delegation of Syria's ruling party, the Baath Arab Socialist Party in Beijing on April 26.
"Strengthening and developing party-to-party and state-to-state relations between China and Syria are in the fundamental interests of the two peoples and conducive to world peace," said Qian Qichen, who is also a member of the Political Bureau of the Chinese Communist Party (CPC) Central Committee.
Qian made the remarks while meeting Assistant General Secretary of Baath Arab Socialist Party Abdollah Al Ahmar, who lead the delegation on a goodwill visit to China.
Qian expressed gratitude for Syria's "One-China" stand and its support to China on the human right issue.
Ahmar briefed Qian on the Middle East situation and praised China's achievements of reforms and opening up to the outside world.
Qian said China supported the just struggle waged by people in Syria and other Arab nations to recover the occupied territories.
As a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, Qian said, China maintains that fair, lasting and complete peace in the Middle East should be realized in accordance with relevant UN resolutions and the "land for peace" principle.
He added that China will continue to make greater efforts for the realization of peace in Middle East.
The Syrian delegation, which arrived in Beijing Thursday, is visiting China as CPC's guest.
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