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Taiwan's mainland affairs chief arrives in Nanjing

02-11-2014 14:32 BJT

A delegation of 20 people from Taiwan is visiting the mainland on Tuesday.

The delegation is led by Taiwan’s mainland affairs chief, Wang Yu-chi. He will meet with the chief of Mainland’s Taiwan Affairs Office, Zhang Zhijun Tuesday afternoon. Their talks are aimed at developing cross-strait relations and deepening mutual political trust. This will be the first formal meeting between heads of the two sides' cross-strait relations departments since 1949 when China’s civil war ended.

Wang will visit Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s Mausoleum in Nanjing and deliver a speech at Nanjing University. Shanghai will be his second stop. He will meet mainland experts on Taiwan issues, as well as visit Radio and Television Shanghai and a school for children of mainland-based Taiwan businesspeople.

Editor:James |Source: CCTV.com

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