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|Sunday, October 21, 2001, updated at 14:08(GMT+8)|
Chinese Foreign Minister Meets Peruvian, Malaysian CounterpartsChinese Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan Sunday met on separate occasions with his Peruvian and Malaysian counterparts, Diego Garcia Sayan and Syed Hamid Albar, and exchanged views on enhancing bilateral ties and on global and regional issues of common interests.
Sayan and Syed Hamid are in Shanghai for this year's Asia- Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings.
At his meeting with Sayan, Tang said he is pleased with the continuous development of China-Peru relations since the two countries established diplomatic ties 30 years ago.
He reiterated that the Chinese government is willing to work with the Peruvian side for further advancing bilateral cooperation in all fields for mutual benefits.
Peru attaches great importance to developing relations with China and is looking forward to pushing forward the relations, he said, adding that he is happy with the sound cooperation between the two countries in international affairs.
When meeting with Malaysian Foreign Minister Syed Hamid, Tang spoke highly of the expanding bilateral ties, saying that he is satisfied with the close coordination and cooperation between the two countries in regional and global affairs.
Tang also reiterated the Chinese government's stance and propositions on the anti-terrorism issue.
Syed Hamid said that he agrees to Tang's assessment of bilateral ties and that the Malaysian side is pleased with the strong momentum in the development of bilateral ties.
He said Malaysia is ready to further strengthen cooperation with China to push forward bilateral relations to a new high, and to maintain contact and coordination with China on the anti- terrorism issue.
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