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Primier Wen Jiabao Visits Seven African Countries  
China, Uganda sign six trade agreements to boost ties
 (2006-06-26)
 

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) shakes hands with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni during their meeting in Kampala, capital of Uganda, June 23, 2006. (Xinhua Photo)

China signed six agreements with Uganda on June 23 (Friday) in a wide range of fields including economy, trade, agriculture, education, and technology.

After a talk between Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, who arrived here Friday for a two-day official visit to Uganda, and Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, Chinese Commerce Minister Bo Xilai and Ugandan Finance Minister Ezra Suruma signed the agreements.

Meanwhile, a Joint Communique was announced by Ugandan Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa at the State House in Kampala.

It said the two leaders had an in-depth exchange of views and reached broad agreement on China-Uganda relations and international and regional issues of mutual interest.

The two leaders expressed satisfaction with the fruitful bilateral cooperation in all fields and agreed to keep high-level contacts to boost mutual political trust, deepen business cooperation, strengthen coordination in the multilateral arena.

The Ugandan government reaffirmed the Chinese premier its one China policy and opposition of any attempt of "Taiwan independence" in any form and Taiwan's attempt to join any international or regional organization consisting only of sovereign states.

Wen also reassured Museveni of its support in Uganda's efforts to maintain political and social stability and sustain economic development.

The two sides expressed readiness to conduct closer consultation and cooperation in international affairs, work together to uphold the rights and interests of developing countries and promote global prosperity and development.

Uganda welcomed the issuance of China's African Policy and expressed its appreciation of China's readiness to establish and develop a new type of strategic partnership with Africa featuring political equality and mutual trust, economic win-win cooperation and cultural exchanges.

The two leaders agreed that the Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation to be held later this year would create anew opportunity for boosting China-Africa relations and give greater impetus to the common development of China and Africa.

Wen's visit here, the last stop of his seven-nation Africa tour, which has taken him to Egypt, Ghana, the Republic of Congo, Angola, South Africa and Tanzania, is the first official visit by a Chinese premier to Uganda since the establishment of diplomatic ties in 1962.

 

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