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Xi extended an invitation to the Argentine Government to deepen cooperation in infrastructure, energy, agriculture, mining and manufacturing.
An Argentine newspaper published a signed statement from China's President Xi Jinping, ahead of a state visit to the South American country. In the item, President Xi listed guidelines to strengthen China-Argentina comprehensive strategic partnership.
China's head of state proposes to improve strategic communication so as to share governance experiences.
"It is important that we enhance mutual understanding and political trust, and give each other continued firm support on matters concerning core interests and major concerns," Xi stated.
Within this framework, China's President Xi extended an invitation to the Argentine Government to deepen cooperation in areas of infrastructure, energy, agriculture, mining and manufacturing.
"We look forward to more high value-added Argentine products and services in the Chinese market, which will expectedly support Argentina's transformation from the world's granary to a global supermarket," Xi highlighted.
In order to encourage public support for China-Argentina friendship, the Chinese president aims to expand people-to-people exchanges for mutualism through "cooperation in culture, education, science and technology, sports and tourism," as well as "more measures may be introduced to facilitate personnel flows and share development experience."
With respect to coordination and collaboration under multilateral frameworks, Xi underscored the importance of supporting the multilateral trade system as a way to safeguard the fundamental interests of developing nations.
"Together, we will make our contributions to maintaining world peace and building an open world economy and a community with a shared future for mankind," Xi concluded.