LONDON — Visiting Vice-Premier Liu Yandong met with British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne on Sept 18, saying the strong momentum of China-Britain relationship will not only benefit the two peoples, but also bring significant contributions to world development.
The vice-premier said that China-Britain relations are evolving strongly, yielding fruitful results from their pragmatic cooperation in various areas.
China will make joint efforts with Britain and take President Xi Jinping’s upcoming state visit to Britain as an opportunity to further enhance the relationship, she said.
Osborne said the current UK-China relationship is going smoothly. China is UK’s global significant partner in the areas such as security and economic growth.
“UK hopes to push forward the pragmatic collaboration of the both countries in finance, nuclear power and city development and the like,” said Osborne.