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China wants to further development of strategic partnership with Indonesia in various fields. Chinese President Hu Jintao made the remark while meeting Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Saturday on the sidelines of the G20 Summit.
In the meeting, Hu jintao said Chinese-Indonesian relations had developed favorably this year. At the start of 2010, the two sides signed an action plan for strategic partnership, and cooperation in various sectors had witnessed smooth development.
Hu Jintao also said the two sides reached an important consensus on deepening defense cooperation and maintained good coordination and cooperation on international and regional affairs within the framework of the United Nations and G20.
Hu jintao stressed China attaches great importance to boosting strategic partnership with Indonesia. China is also willing to enlarge investment in Indonesia and supports Chinese companies taking part in major projects of Indonesia's infrastructure building.
Hu Jintao said China would join hands with ASEAN in maintaining and building the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area, enhancing China-ASEAN cooperation in infrastructure and financial fields and expanding humanitarian exchanges.
Susilo said the Indonesian-Chinese strategic partnership is developing well with closer political, economic and security cooperation.
He also said Indonesia sincerely hopes to strengthen cooperation with China to enhance bilateral relations and safeguard the common interests of developing countries.
Susilo stressed Indonesia is willing to maintain high-level contacts and welcomes Chinese enterprises investing in infrastructure and tourism.
Susilo also hopes China can keep its important role in G20 to contribute to Asian and global economic growth.