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Zhang Dejiang Meets with President Barack Obama of the US
2014/11/12

On November 12, 2014, Chairman of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee Zhang Dejiang met with President Barack Obama of the US at the Great Hall of the People.

Zhang Dejiang said that the China-US relations are one of the most important bilateral relations in the current world. During this visit, President Xi Jinping and Mr. President agreed to comprehensively strengthen bilateral cooperation and enhance coordination to jointly cope with international and global challenges, which will promote China and the US to achieve substantive progress in building the new model of major-country relationship. China and the US should recognize the difference between the two countries and focus the bilateral relations on harmonious coexistence and cooperation expansion. The two countries’ legislative bodies should strengthen exchanges, better play their role as an exchange mechanism and conduct dialogues in a more open attitude so as to provide legal guarantee for investment and trade cooperation and personnel exchanges between the two countries, and to condense the positive energy for building the new model of major-country relationship between China and the US.

Obama said that the cooperation conducted by the US and China can bring a lot of benefits to the two peoples. The promotion of the rule by law will make China stronger. The US side hopes that the US Congress and the NPC enhance exchanges so as to provide more support for strengthening the US-China relations at the political level.

Wang Chen attended the meeting.

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