China will boost cooperation with Mexico in various fields and at various levels to benefit the two peoples, Vice Premier Li Keqiang said Monday.
During a meeting with Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations Patricia Espinosa Cantellano in Beijing, Li hailed the booming political and economic ties between the two states.
"As major developing countries and emerging markets, China and Mexico are important trade partners that have carried out fruitful cooperation in agriculture, mining, telecommunications, culture and tourism," Li said.
He urged the two states to further coordination to push for progress at the upcoming UN meeting on climate change in Cancun, Mexico.
The two countries signed a joint action plan for 2011 to 2015 at the fourth meeting of the China-Mexico Permanent Binational Commission this July in Mexico to further strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation and boost their strategic partnership.
Espinosa said her country attaches importance to relations with China and will enhance cooperation with China to realize common development.
Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi also held talks with Espinosa earlier Monday afternoon. Both sides exchanged in-depth views on bilateral ties as well as the international and regional affairs of common concern.Source: Xinhua http://paper.people.com.cn/rmrb/html/2010-10/12/nw.D110000renmrb_20101012_5-01.htm?div=-1