China-Xi/Kazakh President

China, Kazakhstan agree to forge permanent comprehensive strategic partnership

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Beijing, China - Sept 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Great Hall of People
2. Motorcade heading to Great Hall of the People
3. Military band
4. Car turning
5. Chinese national flag
6. Military band
7. Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev getting out of car
8. Chinese President Xi Jinping shaking hands with Tokayev
9. Tokayev shaking hands with Chinese officials
10. Kazakh national flag
11. Xi shaking hands with Kazakh officials
12. Various of Xi, Tokayev on reviewing stand; guard of honor while national anthems of Kazakhstan, China being played; gun salute fired
13. Various of Tokayev, accompanied by Xi, reviewing Chinese guard of honor
14. Flags atop of Great Hall of People
15. Xi, Tokayev waving to cheering children
16. Various of Xi, Tokayev watching march-past; military band performing
17. Various of meeting between Xi, Tokayev in progress with officials present
18. Camera crew
19. Various of Xi, Tokayev signing joint statement, exchanging documents
20. Various of Xi, Tokayev witnessing signing of bilateral cooperation agreements
21. Various of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang shaking hands with Tokayev, posing for photos
22. Various of meeting in progress between Li, Tokayev with two countries' officials present

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China and Kazakhstan decided Wednesday to develop a permanent comprehensive strategic partnership.

The decision came as Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks with his Kazakh counterpart, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

When reviewing the achievements the People's Republic of China has scored in the past 70 years since it was founded, Xi said such a process of moving forward has never been smooth, and stressed that no matter how the external situation changes, China will unswervingly take care of its own business regardless of outside factors.

Xi said China will comprehensively deepen reform, expand opening-up and promote higher-quality development.

The Chinese people are fully capable of coping with various risks and challenges, and no difficulty or obstacle can stop us from moving forward, Xi said.

A stable, open and prosperous China will always be an opportunity for the future development of the world, he said.

On China-Kazakhstan ties, Xi said China is willing to deepen all-round cooperation with Kazakhstan, seek synergy between the Silk Road Economic Belt and Kazakhstan's Bright Path new economic policy, and strengthen connectivity.

He also called on the two sides to boost cooperation in industrial capacity and science and technology innovation, increase people-to-people and cultural contacts, and facilitate exchanges at sub-national level.

China and Kazakhstan should take a clear-cut stand in upholding multilateralism and an open world economy, so as to contribute to promoting a fairer, more just and equitable global governance system, Xi said.

Xi also encouraged the two countries to strengthen security cooperation, and jointly fight against the "three evil forces" of terrorism, extremism and separatism.

It is necessary to promote the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) to play a more active role in regional and international affairs, he added.

Tokayev, who is paying a state visit to China from Tuesday to Thursday, expressed congratulations on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Tokayev said Kazakhstan is willing to take the decision of developing a permanent comprehensive strategic partnership with China as an opportunity to promote closer bilateral ties.

China's reform and opening-up has brought opportunities to various countries including Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan firmly supports the Chinese government and people in safeguarding national sovereignty, security and development interests, he said.

Tokayev said Kazakhstan is looking forward to cementing high-level exchanges with China, and strengthening pragmatic cooperation in the areas of economy, trade, infrastructure, energy, 5G, science and technology, and people-to-people and cultural exchanges under the framework of the Belt and Road initiative.

Tokayev said the two sides should closely communicate and coordinate within the frameworks of the SCO and the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia, jointly combat the "three evil forces," and maintain regional security while opposing external interference.

The two heads of state signed a joint statement between China and Kazakhstan after their talks. They also attended a signing ceremony for a number of bilateral cooperation agreements.

Before their talks, Xi hosted a welcome ceremony for Tokayev outside the Great Hall of the People.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang also met with Tokayev on Wednesday.

Calling Kazakhstan China's friendly neighbor and comprehensive strategic partner, Li said the two countries enjoy solid political mutual trust, fruitful cooperation results and a long-standing friendship.

China stands ready to better synergize the Belt and Road Initiative with Kazakhstan's development strategy, Li said.

The two countries should intensify all-round cooperation, and jointly safeguard peace and stability in the region, he said.

Cooperation between China and Kazakhstan is based on mutual trust, geographical proximity, huge potential and broad prospects, Li said, promising that China will facilitate cooperation with Kazakhstan in energy, production capacity, nuclear electricity, finance, and science and technology.

The Chinese premier also called for better use of cross-border e-commerce platforms and expansion of bilateral trade.
Tokayev congratulated the People's Republic of China on its 70th anniversary.

China is viewed as an important strategic partner of Kazakhstan, said Tokayev, reiterating that his country is willing to be an active participant in the construction of the Belt and Road, boost bilateral cooperation in all areas, and expand exports to China.

He added that Chinese enterprises are welcome to invest in Kazakhstan, and voiced hope for more tourism cooperation and closer exchanges among young people.

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China-Xi/Kazakh President

China, Kazakhstan agree to forge permanent comprehensive strategic partnership

Dateline : Sept 11, 2019

Location : China

Duration : 5'07

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Beijing, China - Sept 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Great Hall of People
2. Motorcade heading to Great Hall of the People
3. Military band
4. Car turning
5. Chinese national flag
6. Military band
7. Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev getting out of car
8. Chinese President Xi Jinping shaking hands with Tokayev
9. Tokayev shaking hands with Chinese officials
10. Kazakh national flag
11. Xi shaking hands with Kazakh officials
12. Various of Xi, Tokayev on reviewing stand; guard of honor while national anthems of Kazakhstan, China being played; gun salute fired
13. Various of Tokayev, accompanied by Xi, reviewing Chinese guard of honor
14. Flags atop of Great Hall of People
15. Xi, Tokayev waving to cheering children
16. Various of Xi, Tokayev watching march-past; military band performing
17. Various of meeting between Xi, Tokayev in progress with officials present
18. Camera crew
19. Various of Xi, Tokayev signing joint statement, exchanging documents
20. Various of Xi, Tokayev witnessing signing of bilateral cooperation agreements
21. Various of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang shaking hands with Tokayev, posing for photos
22. Various of meeting in progress between Li, Tokayev with two countries' officials present


China and Kazakhstan decided Wednesday to develop a permanent comprehensive strategic partnership.

The decision came as Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks with his Kazakh counterpart, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

When reviewing the achievements the People's Republic of China has scored in the past 70 years since it was founded, Xi said such a process of moving forward has never been smooth, and stressed that no matter how the external situation changes, China will unswervingly take care of its own business regardless of outside factors.

Xi said China will comprehensively deepen reform, expand opening-up and promote higher-quality development.

The Chinese people are fully capable of coping with various risks and challenges, and no difficulty or obstacle can stop us from moving forward, Xi said.

A stable, open and prosperous China will always be an opportunity for the future development of the world, he said.

On China-Kazakhstan ties, Xi said China is willing to deepen all-round cooperation with Kazakhstan, seek synergy between the Silk Road Economic Belt and Kazakhstan's Bright Path new economic policy, and strengthen connectivity.

He also called on the two sides to boost cooperation in industrial capacity and science and technology innovation, increase people-to-people and cultural contacts, and facilitate exchanges at sub-national level.

China and Kazakhstan should take a clear-cut stand in upholding multilateralism and an open world economy, so as to contribute to promoting a fairer, more just and equitable global governance system, Xi said.

Xi also encouraged the two countries to strengthen security cooperation, and jointly fight against the "three evil forces" of terrorism, extremism and separatism.

It is necessary to promote the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) to play a more active role in regional and international affairs, he added.

Tokayev, who is paying a state visit to China from Tuesday to Thursday, expressed congratulations on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Tokayev said Kazakhstan is willing to take the decision of developing a permanent comprehensive strategic partnership with China as an opportunity to promote closer bilateral ties.

China's reform and opening-up has brought opportunities to various countries including Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan firmly supports the Chinese government and people in safeguarding national sovereignty, security and development interests, he said.

Tokayev said Kazakhstan is looking forward to cementing high-level exchanges with China, and strengthening pragmatic cooperation in the areas of economy, trade, infrastructure, energy, 5G, science and technology, and people-to-people and cultural exchanges under the framework of the Belt and Road initiative.

Tokayev said the two sides should closely communicate and coordinate within the frameworks of the SCO and the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia, jointly combat the "three evil forces," and maintain regional security while opposing external interference.

The two heads of state signed a joint statement between China and Kazakhstan after their talks. They also attended a signing ceremony for a number of bilateral cooperation agreements.

Before their talks, Xi hosted a welcome ceremony for Tokayev outside the Great Hall of the People.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang also met with Tokayev on Wednesday.

Calling Kazakhstan China's friendly neighbor and comprehensive strategic partner, Li said the two countries enjoy solid political mutual trust, fruitful cooperation results and a long-standing friendship.

China stands ready to better synergize the Belt and Road Initiative with Kazakhstan's development strategy, Li said.

The two countries should intensify all-round cooperation, and jointly safeguard peace and stability in the region, he said.

Cooperation between China and Kazakhstan is based on mutual trust, geographical proximity, huge potential and broad prospects, Li said, promising that China will facilitate cooperation with Kazakhstan in energy, production capacity, nuclear electricity, finance, and science and technology.

The Chinese premier also called for better use of cross-border e-commerce platforms and expansion of bilateral trade.
Tokayev congratulated the People's Republic of China on its 70th anniversary.

China is viewed as an important strategic partner of Kazakhstan, said Tokayev, reiterating that his country is willing to be an active participant in the construction of the Belt and Road, boost bilateral cooperation in all areas, and expand exports to China.

He added that Chinese enterprises are welcome to invest in Kazakhstan, and voiced hope for more tourism cooperation and closer exchanges among young people.

ID : 8121489

Published : 2019-09-11 21:17

Last Modified : 2019-09-12 17:19:50

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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