Guo Boxiong, vice chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the People's Republic of China, met with Vitalie Marinuta, the visiting Moldovan defense minister, and his party on the afternoon of September 13, 2012 in Beijing.
Guo Boxiong said the relations between China and Moldova have been maintaining a good momentum of sound development since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries in 1992, as evidenced by increasingly deepened fruitful exchanges and cooperation in such fields as economy, science and technology, culture and education. The Chinese side appreciates that the Moldovan side firmly adheres to the one-China policy, and is willing to make joint efforts with the Moldovan side to strengthen friendly contacts at various levels and expand mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields, so as to promote sustainable and healthy development of the bilateral relations.
Guo Boxiong pointed out that the relations between the two militaries, as an important component of the bilateral relations, are developing smoothly at present. The Chinese side attaches importance to the friendly and cooperative relations with the Moldovan military, and hopes to work together with the Moldovan side to constantly promote the pragmatic cooperation level between the two militaries.
Marinuta said the Moldovan side always adheres to the one-China policy, appreciates the tremendous achievements in construction made by China, and is willing to develop the traditional friendship between the two countries and the two militaries and constantly promote the relations between the two militaries to a new high.
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