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Xi stresses importance of China-Myanmar "Paukphaw" friendship

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Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar - Jan 17, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Chinese President Xi Jinping (L) shaking hands with Myanmar President U Win Myint (R)
2. Cameramen
3. Various of talk between Xi, U Win Myint in progress

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Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks with Myanmar President U Win Myint in Nay Pyi Taw on Friday, stressing the importance of the "Paukphaw" (fraternal) friendship between the two countries.

Xi said that Myanmar turns to be the destination of his first overseas trip this year when the two countries celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties, highlighting the great importance of the "Paukphaw" friendship and deepening bilateral ties.

China will join hands with Myanmar to carry forward traditional "Paukphaw" friendship, map out a development blueprint and open up a new era for China-Myanmar ties, Xi added.

China is committed to peaceful development and will never seek hegemony, Xi said, adding that to this end, he proposed the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, hoping that all countries could live in harmony and achieve mutual benefit and win-win cooperation.

Building a community with a shared future starts from neighbors and China adheres to creating an amicable, secure and prosperous neighborhood, said Xi, adding that China never imposes its own will on others in external cooperation and never interferes in internal affairs of other countries.

China is willing to work with Myanmar to steadily advance the construction of key cooperation projects in the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor within the framework of jointly building the Belt and Road, bringing local people more benefits and giving them stronger sense of fulfillment and happiness, Xi said.

China will also continue to firmly support Myanmar in safeguarding its legitimate rights and interests and national dignity on the international stage, he added.

Extending a warm welcome to Xi on behalf of the Myanmar government and people, U Win Myint said he believes the visit will be a historic one and open up a new chapter in bilateral relations.

U Win Myint said he believes that China's success will provide useful reference for Myanmar in economic development, improvement of people's livelihood and poverty elimination.

Myanmar firmly adheres to the one-China principle, respects the "one country, two systems" principle China has implemented in Hong Kong and Macao, and has always recognized Taiwan as an inalienable part of China's territory, he said.

The two countries have been promoting the construction of the Myanmar-China Economic Corridor within the framework of the BRI, which, he said, is of great significance to Myanmar's national development.

U Win Myint said he believes that as their cooperation deepens, Myanmar-China relations will witness greater development.

Xi arrived in Nay Pyi Taw earlier Friday for a state visit to the Asian neighbor. It is the first visit to Myanmar by a Chinese president after an interval of 19 years.

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Myanmar-Xi/Myanmar President

Xi stresses importance of China-Myanmar "Paukphaw" friendship

Dateline : Jan 17, 2020

Location : Myanmar

Duration : 2'38

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Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar - Jan 17, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Chinese President Xi Jinping (L) shaking hands with Myanmar President U Win Myint (R)
2. Cameramen
3. Various of talk between Xi, U Win Myint in progress


Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks with Myanmar President U Win Myint in Nay Pyi Taw on Friday, stressing the importance of the "Paukphaw" (fraternal) friendship between the two countries.

Xi said that Myanmar turns to be the destination of his first overseas trip this year when the two countries celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties, highlighting the great importance of the "Paukphaw" friendship and deepening bilateral ties.

China will join hands with Myanmar to carry forward traditional "Paukphaw" friendship, map out a development blueprint and open up a new era for China-Myanmar ties, Xi added.

China is committed to peaceful development and will never seek hegemony, Xi said, adding that to this end, he proposed the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, hoping that all countries could live in harmony and achieve mutual benefit and win-win cooperation.

Building a community with a shared future starts from neighbors and China adheres to creating an amicable, secure and prosperous neighborhood, said Xi, adding that China never imposes its own will on others in external cooperation and never interferes in internal affairs of other countries.

China is willing to work with Myanmar to steadily advance the construction of key cooperation projects in the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor within the framework of jointly building the Belt and Road, bringing local people more benefits and giving them stronger sense of fulfillment and happiness, Xi said.

China will also continue to firmly support Myanmar in safeguarding its legitimate rights and interests and national dignity on the international stage, he added.

Extending a warm welcome to Xi on behalf of the Myanmar government and people, U Win Myint said he believes the visit will be a historic one and open up a new chapter in bilateral relations.

U Win Myint said he believes that China's success will provide useful reference for Myanmar in economic development, improvement of people's livelihood and poverty elimination.

Myanmar firmly adheres to the one-China principle, respects the "one country, two systems" principle China has implemented in Hong Kong and Macao, and has always recognized Taiwan as an inalienable part of China's territory, he said.

The two countries have been promoting the construction of the Myanmar-China Economic Corridor within the framework of the BRI, which, he said, is of great significance to Myanmar's national development.

U Win Myint said he believes that as their cooperation deepens, Myanmar-China relations will witness greater development.

Xi arrived in Nay Pyi Taw earlier Friday for a state visit to the Asian neighbor. It is the first visit to Myanmar by a Chinese president after an interval of 19 years.

ID : 8133021

Published : 2020-01-18 07:39

Last Modified : 2020-01-18 18:18:41

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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