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China, Brunei to further promote bilateral ties
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Brunei's Foreign and Trade Minister Prince Mohamed Bolkiah(R) holds talk with visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi in Seri Begawan, capital of Brunei, February 2, 2008. 

China and Brunei reached a five-point consensus n Seri Begawan on Saturday to further boost the overall development of the bilateral ties.

The consensus was reached after Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi held talks with Brunei Foreign Minister Mohamed Bolkiah.

According to the consensus, China and Brunei will maintain exchanges of high-ranking official visits and enhance their traditional friendship.

The two countries also agreed to tap the potential to deepen and expand their economic and trade cooperation.

Meanwhile, the two countries agreed to strengthen cooperation in the areas such as agriculture, petroleum engineering technology, port development, road and bridge constructions.

The two sides also will expand their cooperation in culture, education, tourism, human resources development and further deepen the consultations and cooperation between the foreign ministries of the two countries.

Yang arrived n Seri Begawan earlier on Saturday for a three-day visit to Brunei.  

Brunei's Sultan Haassanal Bolkiah (R) meets with visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi in Seri Begawan, capital of Brunei, February 2, 2008. 

(Xinhua News Agency February 3, 2008)

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