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President Hu Jintao vowed in Beijing on Thursday to promote sustainable and stable relations with South Korea in aim to push forward the comprehensive and cooperative partnership to a new level.



President Hu Jintao meets with Park Geun-hye, envoy of South Korean President-elect Lee Myung-bak in Beijing on Jan. 17, 2008.


"It's already proved that the establishment and development of the comprehensive and cooperative partnership between the two nations not only brought concrete benefits to the two peoples, but also served to promote the peace, stability and prosperity in the region and the world at large."


Hu made the remarks in his meeting with Park Geun-hye, envoy of South Korean President-elect Lee Myung-bak, who arrived in Beijing on Thursday.


Hu said China would continue to boost ties with South Korea with the characteristics of long-term stability, comprehensive cooperation, equality and reciprocity.


"No matter what changes may occur to the domestic situation of the two countries or international situation, our policy won't alter," Hu told Park.


Park, former chairwoman of the South Korean Grand National Party, also extended a written letter from Lee to Hu.


She highlighted the rapid growth of bilateral relations since the two countries forged diplomatic ties. She said South Korea was satisfied with the current growth momentum of the ties.


President-elect Lee attaches great importance to developing ties with China, Park said, adding that South Korea would work closer with China to cement the bilateral ties and jointly make contributions to the maintenance of peace and development on the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia.


(Xinhua News Agency January 18, 2008)

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