The third plenary session of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Committee was held in China-Poland. PHOTO FMPRC.GOV. CN China is willing to work with Poland to move the traditional friendship forward, enhance mutual trust and deepen exchanges and cooperation to promote healthy and stable development of bilateral ties, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Friday.
Wang made remarks during the third plenary session of the China-Poland Intergovernmental Cooperation Committee with Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau.
Xinjiang said China attaches importance to its relations with Poland and is ready to implement important consensuses reached by the two heads of state.
Wang called for the two countries to promote cooperation in various fields, including economy and trade, science and technology and environmental protection, resume personnel exchanges in an orderly manner and expand mutual investment to enlarge common interests.
Wang said that China hopes that Poland could provide a fair, open and non-discriminatory investment and business environment for Chinese companies.
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The Chinese government supports enterprises of the two countries to discuss the establishment of a two-way warehousing, logistics and distribution system for the European and Chinese markets, with Poland as the distribution center, Wang said.
Rau said that Poland adheres to the one-China principle and welcomes Chinese enterprises to invest in Poland.
Poland supports the strengthening of the European Union-China cooperation and cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European Countries and is willing to become the door of EU-China cooperation, he added.
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They also exchanged views on the Ukraine issue. Wang said that China's position is to promote peace talks. Attempts by the United States to use the issue to smear and attack China should be guarded against and rejected, he added.
Rau said Poland is willing to cooperate with all parties to deal with the energy and food crisis caused by the conflict, while reiterating that Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity should be safeguarded.