Political Consultations between the Foreign Ministries of China and Poland Held in Beijing

On November 24, 2011, Vice Foreign Minister Fu Ying held political consultations in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with Under-Secretary of State of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jerzy Pomianowski. Both sides exchanged in-depth views on China-Poland relations, China-EU ties as well as other issues of common concern.

Fu said that China-Poland relations have been developing well in recent years. China attaches importance to relations with Poland and appreciates Poland's efforts to promote China-EU relations during its EU rotating presidency. She hoped that both countries will establish political ties of equality and mutual trust and win-win economic and trade relations to jointly push forward China-EU ties.

Pomianowski said that Poland admires China's development achievements, attaches importance to China's international status and influence, and hopes to enhance understanding through high-level visits, expand pragmatic cooperation and uplift the level of bilateral relations. Poland is willing to make greater contributions to the development of EU-China relations.

The deputy state secretary at the Office of the President of Poland attended the consultations.

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