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Li Keqiang meets HK Chief Executive Donald Tsang

08-17-2011 09:03 BJT

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Li Keqiang met Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang Tuesday afternoon and listened to Tsang's report over the city's recent situation and work of the SAR government.

Li says since Hong Kong's return to the motherland in 1997, the practice of the concept "one country, two systems", initiated by late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, is successful in Hong Kong, and is well-recognized by the international community.

Chinese Vice-Premier Li Keqiang meets Hong Kong's Chief Executive Donald Tsang at Mr Li's hotel in Hong Kong, August 16, 2011. [Edmond Tang/China Daily]

Li says the SAR government should spare no effort to safeguard Hong Kong's overall economic and social stability. The central government will continue supporting the development of the region.

Relevant central governmental departments are working on specific sub-plans and policy details. These policies and measures will be unveiled by the Vice Premier on Wednesday at a forum on the 12th Five-Year Program and financial and trade cooperation between the mainland and Hong Kong.

Chinese Vice-Premier Li Keqiang meets Hong Kong's Chief Executive Donald Tsang at Mr Li's hotel in Hong Kong, August 16, 2011.

Editor:Zou Xian |Source: CNTV.CN

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