Malaysia, China pledge to further enhance bilateral ties

Updated: 2015-08-05 12:00


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Wang said China appreciates Malaysia's efforts in the search of the missing MH370 flight, and would like to work together with Malaysia during its ASEAN chairmanship to keep the right direction in the development of China-ASEAN relations, focus on cooperation and promote the bilateral ties to a new level.

During the day, in meeting with his Malaysian counterpart Anifah Aman, Wang said that China and Malaysia mutually trust, support and cooperate with each other and constantly enrich the content of their Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.

As a reliable friend of Malaysia, China steadfastly supports Malaysia to take a path of development in line with its national conditions, and believes that Malaysia will make greater achievements, Wang told Anifah.

Wang said that China firmly backs the Global Movement of Moderates advocated by Malaysia, which will promote harmony between people with various religions and races.

On his part, Anifah said that Malaysia-China relationship is crucial to his country, and Malaysia is willing to continuously deepen the two countries' Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, strengthen political mutual trust, promote cooperation in investment, construction of industrial parks, and enhance cultural exchanges.

Anifah said that China is the ASEAN's important partner and Malaysia would like to play a role as bridge between the two sides to seek mutual benefits, win-win outcome and cooperation.

Also on Tuesday, Wang met with Thai Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Tanasak Patimapragorn, Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh, Lao Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Thongloun Sisoulith, and Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hor Namhong.

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