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China Vows to Strengthen Bilateral Ties with Saudi Arabia
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China is ready to strengthen exchanges with Saudi Arabia at all levels and raise bilateral relationship to a higher level, said Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing in Beijing on Wednesday.


Li made the remarks when meeting with Saudi Prince Bandar Bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, secretary-general of Saudi National Security Council.


Li said that the friendly cooperation between China and Saudi Arabia has scored considerable achievements since the establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries.


The Chinese government attaches great importance to the development of relations with Saudi Arabia and is ready to make joint efforts with Saudi Arabia to further strengthen exchanges at all levels and promote political mutual trust, said Li.


He said China will continue to develop economic and trade cooperation between the two countries, expand cultural exchanges and consolidate friendship between the two peoples, in a bid to raise bilateral relationship to a higher level.


Bandar said Saudi Arabia regards China as a good friend and good partner and is willing to work with China to continuously enhance the friendly cooperation in various fields.


Bandar arrived here on Tuesday for a visit to China at the invitation of Li.


(Xinhua News Agency March 30, 2006)

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