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China Ready to Enhance Ties with Indonesia

China will combine efforts with Indonesia in promoting long-term development of bilateral ties based on the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, a senior Chinese party official said in Beijing Wednesday.


Wu Guanzheng, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), made the remarks when meeting with Hadi Utomo, chairman of Indonesia's Democratic Party.


Wu said that the past few years saw frequent high-level exchange of visits, improved political mutual trust between the two countries and all-round cooperation in various fields.


"Development of China-Indonesia friendly and cooperative ties accords with the fundamental interests of the two peoples and benefits peace and stability in the region and the world as a whole," Wu said.


He believes that the friendly exchanges between the CPC and major Indonesian parties, including the Democratic Party, will play a bigger role in promoting development of state-to-state relations.


Hadi said his party values very much Indonesia-China relations and is ready to enhance exchanges with the CPC to implement the consensus reached by heads of the two countries in their recent meetings to promote the healthy and stable development of bilateral ties.


China and Indonesia agreed to build a strategic partnership in April when President Hu Jintao visited Jakarta.


(Xinhua News Agency December 8, 2005)

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