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China, Vietnam Hold 13th Border Negotiations
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The 13th round of border negotiations between China and Vietnam was held in Nanning, capital city of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, from Thursday to Saturday.


Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Wu Dawei and his Vietnamese counterpart Vu Dung co-chaired the border negotiations. The two sides reviewed the progress achieved since the last round and made further arrangements for the next phase of work.


The two sides agreed to speed up the process on the demarcation and erection of border markers along their land boundaries in order to complete the task before 2008.


The two sides will carefully investigate joint exploitation of the South China Sea. They also agreed to push forward negotiations on the demarcation and joint exploitation of the maritime space at the entrance to the Beibu Gulf.


(Xinhua News Agency January 21, 2007)


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