Chinese premier pledges to expand cooperation with Moldova
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Monday pledged to work with Moldova to increase win-win cooperation in sectors of agriculture, economy, trade, communication and culture, Xinhua reported.
"We should make concerted efforts to promote mutual understanding and friendship between the two peoples," Wen said while meeting with Moldova' s Prime Minister Vlad Filat on the sidelines of the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2010, or the Summer Davos, in north China' s port city Tianjin.
Wen spoke highly of the healthy and stable growth of China-Moldova relations since they forged diplomatic ties, saying China respected the development path chosen by the people of Moldova.
Filat thanked China' s support for its independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity. He said Moldova gave priority to promoting friendship with China in its foreign affairs, and would advance the bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
Filat reiterated that his country would firmly stick to the one-China policy.
Political leaders, scholars and business executives throughout the world, especially from emerging economies and industries, gathered here for this three-day forum to discuss topics under the theme of "Driving Growth through Sustainability" .