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Consul General Hu Pays Courtesy Call to NSW Leader of Opposition O'Farrelle

2008-12-02 06:14


On November 27, Newly-arrived Chinese Consul General in Sydney HU Shan visited the New South Wales Parliament, where he paid a courtesy call to Mr. Barry O'Farrelle, Leader of Opposition. The two had a friendly exchange of opinions on China-Australia relations.

Mr. O'Farrelle welcomed Mr. Hu to Sydney and regarded the relationship between Australia and China and that between NSW and China as very important to both countries.


Mr. HU fully agreed with Mr. O'Farrelle on his comments about the bilateral relationship, and added that the strong mutual economic complementarity between the two nations would continue to serve as the driving force for the flourishing development of mutual exchanges and cooperation.


Mr. O'Farrelle went on spoke highly of the successful Beijing Olympics and Paralympics, especially the fruitful cooperation between Sydney and Beijing in preparing the Games. Mr. Hu responded by thanking Sydney and Australian companies for providing their experience and expertise.


Mr. Hu said he looked forward to joining Mr. O'Farrelle and other colleagues to promote the all-round pragmatic cooperation between China and NSW. Mr. O'Farrelle pledged his support.


Chinese Deputy Consul General LI Yanduan joined Mr. Hu for the visit.

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