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Interview: What cooperation can be stepped up?

06-13-2011 09:00 BJT Special Report:Hu Visits 3 Nations, Attends SCO Summit |

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For more analysis we are joined in the studio by CCTV current affairs commentator, Professor Zhang Chuanjie, from Tsinghua University.

1. In an interview with Kazakh media, President Hu Jintao said one of his expectations from the visit is to exchange views on the development of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization with Kazakh leaders. What's your take on the future path of the SCO?

2. Energy cooperation is one of the most important parts of the bilateral ties, and more agreements are hoped to be signed during this visit. What cooperation do you think can be stepped up in this area?


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