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|Friday, May 18, 2001, updated at 10:04(GMT+8)|
Senior CPC Official Meets Brazilian Guests
Wei Jianxing, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, made the remarks Thursday in a meeting with Luis Inacio Lula Da Silva, the honorary president of the Brazilian Workers' Party (BWP).
Wei, who is also a member of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee, said that China and Brazil have maintained close and friendly cooperation since the establishment of diplomatic ties 26 years ago.
The two countries have had fruitful cooperation in various areas and have supported each other in international affairs, Wei said.
The frequent visits by the state leaders of both countries have deepened bilateral ties, he noted, emphasizing that Chinese President Jiang Zemin and his Brazilian counterpart Fernando Henrique Cardoso decided to set up a long-term stable and mutually- beneficial strategic partnership between the two countries.
Jiang visited Brazil not long ago and the two heads of state reached an important consensus on pushing forward the Sino- Brazilian strategic partnership, Wei said, adding that the consensus serves as guidance for the further development of bilateral ties.
Wei said that China and Brazil, the biggest developing countries in Asia and Latin-America respectively, should strengthen cooperation and seek common prosperity.
Enhancing bilateral cooperation serves the fundamental interests of the two peoples and will also play a positive role in promoting the development of Asia and Latin-America, as well as South to South cooperation, Wei said.
Da Silva said that both Brazil and China are influential developing countries in the world, adding that the new century will witness the rise of the many developing countries.
The BWP believes that the maintenance of world peace and the common development of all nations call for the opposition to hegemonism, the realization of democratization in international relations, and the promotion of a multi-polarization of the world, Da Silva said.
Da Silva noted that the BWP attaches great importance to its friendly relations with the CPC and is willing to work with the CPC to further the cooperation between the two countries and to further deepen their strategic partnership.
Da Silva said that his Party and the Brazilian people fully understand and support the just position of the Chinese government in dealing with the incident of the U.S. surveillance plane collision with the Chinese military plane.
Brazil will also continue to support China's policy on the Taiwan and human rights issues, Da Silva said.
The Brazilian guests are here at the invitation of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee.
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