Brasilia, July 11th (Xinhua)—Du Qinglin, Secretary of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee and Vice Chairman of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference led a CPC delegation to meet here today respectively with Eunicio Oliveira, President of the National Congress of Brazil, Mauro Lopes, Secretary General of Brazilian Democracy Sports Party and others.
Du said that in recent years, China-Brazil relations have witnessed in-depth and constant development. Both countries have constantly deepened strategic mutual trust, increasingly enriched cooperation connotation and yielded fruitful achievements from communication and cooperation in various fields. In the mean time, the two countries have maintained close communication and cooperation within the frameworks of international and multilateral mechanisms, effectively safeguarding the common interests of developing countries.
Du introduced the achievements made by the CPC in the various causes of China since the 18th National Congress of the CPC under the guidance of the new concepts, new ideas and new strategies of General Secretary Xi Jinping on state governance and administration. He said that the CPC is willing to, together with the Brazilian political parties, strengthen experience sharing in party governance and state administration, promote practical cooperation in various fields and push forward the development of the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries at a higher level.
The Brazilian side welcomed the visit of the CPC delegation and said that the Brazilian side attaches great importance to its relations with China, and supports China in well hosting the ninth BRICS leaders' summit. The Brazilian side is willing to join hands with China to inject new impetus into bilateral relations. Meanwhile, the Brazilian side hopes to participate in the "Belt and Road" construction, better integrate bilateral development strategies, so as to make bilateral practical cooperation realize complementary advantages and mutual benefit and win-win result.
The delegation arrived in Brazil on July 8th. Members of the delegation previously met with Manoel Dias, General Secretary of the Brazilian Democratic Labor Party in Rio de Janeiro.