WELLINGTON: A Chinese senior political advisor has promised to deepen bilateral cooperation and exchanges with New Zealand.
Qi Xuchun, vice chairman of the Naitonal Committe of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, made the remarks when meeting with Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives David Carter on Wednesday.
Qi said he hoped to expand people-to-people exchanges and cooperation between the two countries so as to benefit the two peoples.
Carter said New Zealand has attached importance to its ties with China, and is willing to strengthen their cooperation in various fields.
Qi concluded a three-day visit to New Zealand on Friday. – Agencies