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Belarus values top Chinese legislator's visit
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  MINSK, Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- Belarus attaches great importance to China's top legislator Wu Bangguo's upcoming visit to Belarus, Belarusian lower house leader Vladimir Andreichenko said in a recent interview with Xinhua.

  The visit of Wu, chairman of the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress (NPC), will significantly intensify the bilateral relations, as there is great potential, said Andreichenko, chairman of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus.

  A series of investment documents are expected to be signed during Wu's visit, scheduled from Sept. 17 to Sept. 20, he said.

  Speaking highly of the constructive relationship between the Belarusian parliament and the NPC, Andreichenko said Belarus appreciates the fact that China has always supported the independent policies of Belarus.

  The ties between the two countries "are firm as the Great Wall of China," he added..

  Andreichenko also said that the Belarus-China ties have reached a very high level, and more than 60 bilateral agreements between the two countries have been signed.

  The Belarusian House of Representatives leader said that the Belarusian parliament has set up a working group on parliamentary cooperation with China, which deals with trade and economic relations, education, culture and health.

  Stressing the importance of exchanging experience between the legislative bodies of Belarus and China, Andreichenko said the NPC adopts modern, timely and qualitative legislative acts that allow the country to develop effectively, while the Belarusian parliament also has its own experiences that Chinese legislators may be interested in.

  Andreichenko said the legislators of Belarus and China have been keeping exchanges of visits and they also attach great importance to developing relations between the local governments of the two countries.

  Various regions in Belarus and several provinces of China have signed agreements on cooperation.

Source: Xinhua 2011-09-16Editor: Shen
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