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Chinese premier vows to build community of shared future with Cambodia

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Jan 11, 2018
1. Various of guard of honor preparing for review
2. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen
3. Guard of honor, red carpet
4. Various of Li, Hun Sen reviewing Cambodian guards of honor
5. Various of Li, Hun Sen walking into meeting hall
6. Meeting hall
7. Various of meeting in progress
8. Representatives walking into hall for signing ceremony
9. Various of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Cambodian official signing documents
10. Various of Li, Hun Sen talking
11. Various of signing ceremony
12. Various of Li, Hun Sen putting two red hearts together during project of "Love Heart Journey"
13. Li, Hun Sen unveiling signboards of two hospitals
14. Li, Hun Sen shaking hands in front of signboards
15. Signboards of hospitals
16. Various of Li, Hun Sen visiting photo exhibition of anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Cambodia and China

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged on Thursday to build a community of a shared future with Cambodia that is of strategic significance.

Li made the pledge in his talks with Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen at Phnom Penh peace palace on Thursday. He also reviewed the Cambodian guard of honor in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh.

Li attended the second Lancang-Mekong Cooperation (LMC) leaders' meeting in Phnom Penh and paid an official visit to Cambodia from Jan 10 to 11.

Calling the two countries close neighbors with profound friendship, Li said China always respects Cambodia's sovereignty and independence, and supports the country to stick to a development path with Cambodian characteristics.

China hopes to take the opportunity of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries this year to cement high-level contacts, substantial cooperation in various areas and cultural exchanges, he said.

The Chinese premier vowed to provide assistance for Cambodia's economic development as well as improvement of people's livelihood and to jointly build a community of a shared future that is of strategic significance.

China expects to align its development strategy with Cambodia's, and take the opportunity of the Belt and Road Initiative to facilitate bilateral capacity and investment cooperation, he said.

Li said China is willing to work with Cambodia to make good arrangement for celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relations between the two countries and strengthen bilateral cooperation in the areas of economic zones, infrastructure construction, tourism, agriculture and deep processing of agricultural products.

Hailing the second LMC leaders' meeting as fruitful, Li said China expects to maintain close coordination with Cambodia within the frameworks of LMC as well as China-ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations) cooperation and to contribute to regional development and prosperity.

For his part, Hun Sen said Premier Li's visit will consolidate bilateral friendship and boost the two countries' comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership to a new stage.

Calling China a friendly cooperation partner of Cambodia, Hun Sen hailed the high-level political trust, vigorous cooperation and people's friendship between the two countries.

Cambodia appreciates China's firm support and help over the years, and wishes Chinese people to realize their Two Centenary Goals at an early date, he said.

Hun Sen expressed satisfaction with the progress in major bilateral projects in such areas as highway, port and economic zones, vowing to boost stronger cooperation in infrastructure, agriculture, tourism and people's livelihood.

It is a consensus of the Cambodian government and people to consolidate and develop friendship with China, he said, vowing firm support for China on issues regarding its core interests.

After their talks, Li and Hun Sen witnessed the signing of 19 bilateral cooperative documents regarding the areas of politics, economy, trade, public health, forestry, agriculture and culture.

During his stay in Phnom Penh, Li also met with Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni. The two countries issued a joint communique on deepening bilateral comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership in a new era.

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