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Myanmar Top Leader Meets Chinese State Councilor
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Chairman of the Myanmar State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) Senior-General Than Shwe met with visiting State Councilor Tang Jiaxuan in the new capital of Nay Pyi Taw Monday.


The two sides exchanged views on the development of Sino-Myanmar friendly and cooperative ties.


Tang said China and Myanmar are friendly neighbors and through joint efforts, the two countries' relations have maintained a healthy and steady development trend.


He noted that leaders of the two countries were in touch frequently and economic and trade cooperation have achieved considerable progress. The two sides have made achievements in cooperation in the sectors such as border administration and drug control, and have maintained close coordination with regard to international and regional affairs.


He stressed that the Chinese government and people value the Sino-Myanmar traditional friendship, expressing wishes to strive jointly with Myanmar to push forward the continuous development of the two countries' neighborly and friendly ties.


At the meeting, Chairman Than Shwe also said Myanmar and China are friendly neighbors. Myanmar wishes to enhance cooperation with China in the sectors including politics, economy and trade.


He emphasized that the Chinese government and people for a long period have rendered valuable support for Myanmar's national construction and economic development.


He expressed thanks for this, reiterating that Myanmar will as always firmly abide by the one-China policy.


He stressed three major policy objectives of the Myanmar government which are stability, development and education.


He disclosed that Myanmar is endeavoring for building a peaceful, stable, prosperous and discipline-flourishing democratic nation, and would continue to steadily push the roadmap of democratic process domestically.


Tang expressed that China sincerely hopes Myanmar will be politically stable, economically developed and nationally harmonious as well as its people be living and working in peace and contentment.


Tang, at the invitation of Myanmar SPDC First Secretary Lieutenant-General Thein Sein, arrived at the new capital on Sunday on a three-day working visit to Myanmar. He had talks with Thein Sein later on the day over the bilateral ties and issues of common concern.


(Xinhua News Agency February 27, 2007)

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