China reaffirms friendship, co-op with Pacific island countries

Updated: 2014-11-23 08:46


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China reaffirms friendship, co-op with Pacific island countries

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) meets with Niue Premier Toke Talagi in Nadi, Fiji, Nov. 22, 2014.[Photo/Xinhua] 

While meeting with Toke Talagi, prime minister of Niue, Xi said that the China and Niue have developed a sound relationship, and China is wiling to expand friendly exchanges with Niue, enhance cooperation in fishery, infrastructure construction and medical and health services, to help accelerate Niue's development.

Talagi said that China's policies on the Pacific island countries are conducive to those countries' sustainable development and enjoy a popular support among the islands people.

Niue thanks China for its positive efforts in energy conservation and emission reduction, which are substantial support for small island countries to tackle climate change.

The Chinese president and the leaders of the Pacific island countries also witnessed the signing of a series of bilateral cooperation agreements.

Xi arrived in Nadi Friday for a state visit to Fiji. Fiji is the last stop of his three-nation South Pacific tour, which has taken him to Australia and New Zealand.

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