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Ambassador Wu Xi meets with New Zealand's Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford

On October 15, 2018, Ambassador Wu Xi met with New Zealand’s Minister for Housing and Urban Development Hon Phil Twyford. The two sides exchanged views on a range of issues including China-New Zealand relations and infrastructure cooperation.

Ambassador Wu noted that since the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and New Zealand, the two countries have continued to deepen cooperation in such fields as politics, economy, trade and people-to-people exchanges. China’s commitment to open its doors wider, and cooperation between China and New Zealand under the Belt and Road Initiative, will bring new opportunities for development in all fields. China attaches great importance to China-New Zealand relations and would like to work with New Zealand on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit to deliver more benefits to both peoples.

Mr Twyford noted that New Zealand attaches importance to developing relations with China. The New Zealand Government is keen to join hands with China to further advance mutually beneficial cooperation in all fields and to promote greater development of bilateral relations.

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