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Parliamentary leaders of China and Switzerland have exchanged views on bilateral ties and mutual concerns. They also agreed on closer exchanges between the legislative bodies of the two nations.
Visiting Chinese top legislator, Wu Bangguo, met with Pascale Bruderer, President of the National Council of the Swiss Federal Assembly, and Erika Forster-Vannini, President of the Council of States of Swiss Federal Assembly on Saturday.
|Wu Bangguo (C), chairman of the Standing Committee of China's National People's |
Congress, the country's top legislature, meets with Pascale Bruderer (R), president
of the National Council of the Swiss Federal Assembly, and Erika Forster-Vannini (L),
president of the Council of States of the Swiss Federal Assembly, in Bern on July 17,
Wu Bangguo said that both sides should properly deal with sensitive issues between the two nations, suggesting China and Switzerland should take more action to deepen mutual political trust, expand economic cooperation and people-to-people exchanges.
Bruderer and Forster-Vannini said Wu's visit will further promote Sino-Swiss ties and offer an opportunity for more exchanges between the two nations' legislative bodies.