Chinese PM, Romanian President discuss bilateral cooperation

Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and Romanian President Traian Basescu pledged in Bucharest on Wednesday to boost practical cooperation between their countries.

Li, who arrived here Monday, described his visit to Romania as an endeavor to consolidate the two countries’ traditional friendship and promote their practical cooperation.

Earlier this month, China mapped out a comprehensive reform plan, which would unleash fresh opportunities for the development of its relations with Romania, Li noted.

China stands ready to deepen practical cooperation with Romania in such fields as trade, investment and infrastructure, expand cultural and people-to-people exchanges, strengthen communication and coordination on global and regional affairs and broaden common interests to benefit the people of the two countries, he said.

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