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  Senior CPC Official Meets Mongolian Guest

Xin Hua News -- China's Official Press

April 21, 2006

Wang Jiarui, head of the International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, met with a Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) delegation led by the party's secretary-general S Bayar.

Wang said that China-Mongolia partnership boosted in recent years by the joint efforts made by the two sides, highlighted by intensified high-level exchanges, consolidated the political mutual trust and expanded the economic and trade cooperation.

"To promote ties with Mongolia is a longstanding policy of the Chinese government and the CPC," Wang promised.

Wang also spoke positively on the role played by inter-party exchanges between the CPC and the MPRP in pushing forward bilateral relations, adding that the two parties should further their friendship and step up cooperation.

Bayar said that the mutual visits between the two state heads in recent years have set a clear direction for Mongolia-China partnership, noting that the development of friendly ties with China tops the Mongolian government's foreign policies.

"As the ruling party, the MPRP is willing to cement exchanges and cooperation with the CPC and make new contributions to the development of the bilateral relations", Bayar vowed.

Bayar stressed that the MPRP will adhere to the one-China policy and support the reunification of China.



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