China, Mongolia vow to further promote ties

BEIJING, Sep. 13 (Xinhua) -- China and Mongolia vowed to further promote bilateral ties as Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang met with his Mongolian counterpart Tuesday afternoon.
"China and Mongolia share broad common interests. A neighborly relationship is in the fundamental interests of both countries and their citizens," Li said during his meeting with Mongolian First Deputy Prime Minister Noroviin Altanhuyag in Beijing.
Li proposed four methods for promoting bilateral ties, including maintaining high-level contacts and enhancing strategic mutual trust, strengthening substantial cooperation, increasing communication between the two countries' legislative bodies, political parties, trade unions and women and youth organizations and strengthening multilateral coordination.
Li, who is also a member of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee Political Bureau, also called for closer exchanges and cooperation between the CPC and Mongolian political parties.
He said the CPC will expand its ties with Mongolian political parties by exchanging experience in managing state affairs and party-building.
Altanhuyag, who is also chairman of the Mongolian Democratic Party (MDP), said that frequent high-level exchanges and increased mutual political trust between China and Mongolia have laid a solid foundation for expanding bilateral communication and cooperation.
The MDP hopes to learn from China's experience in creating a more open government and play a positive role in the development of the Mongolia-China strategic partnership, Altanhuyag said.
Editor: Wang Guanqun 
Source:Xinhua News Agency of China
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