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Cooperation stressed as vice-premier meets with Brazilian president

Updated: Jun 28,2015 10:12 AM

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (front, L) meets with Vice-Premier Wang Yang in Brasilia, Brazil, June 26, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]

Vice-Premier Wang Yang met with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in Brasilia on June 26.

The vice-premier conveyed the greetings and good wishes of President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang. He said that Xi laid out a development plan for bilateral ties with his counterpart during his visit last year and noted that Li’s visit in May injected new momentum into cooperation between the two countries. Wang stressed both sides should earnestly implement the important agreements reached during the two visits. They also should effectively promote bilateral practical cooperation by stabilizing bilateral trade volume and investment, and boosting cooperation in such key areas as production capacity, infrastructure construction, finance and agriculture. He also called for more people-to-people exchanges and collaboration on international affairs.

For her part, Rousseff expressed her greetings to Xi and Li. She said that the two leaders’ visits successfully enhanced the development of the comprehensive strategic partnership, and the efforts of the China-Brazil High-Level Coordination and Cooperation Committee (COSBAN) greatly promoted practical cooperation. She said that Brazil highly values bilateral ties with China, and is willing to deepen its win-win collaboration in an all-around way.