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Ambassador Gao Yanping Meets with Israeli Minister of Economy Naftali Bennett
2013/06/20
On June 20th, 2013, Ambassador Gao Yanping met with Israeli Minister of Economy Naftali Bennett in Tel Aviv. Mr. Hu Ming, Commercial Counsellor of the Embassy of China, and Mr. Ohad Cohen, Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Economy of Israel, were present.

Ambassador Gao congratulated Minister Bennett on his inauguration as Israeli Minister of Economy, briefed the latest development of Sino-Israeli relations and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent visit to China, and stressed bilateral pragmatic cooperation in various fields is facing unprecedented opportunities. Ambassador Gao hopes the two sides could make joint efforts to implement the important consensus of the leaders of both countries and promote the follow-up pragmatic cooperation between the two countries to a higher level. Ambassador Gao also introduced the core and essence of the Chinese Dream, stressed that the Chinese Dream is the dream of the country, of the nation and of the people, which is not only beneficial to Chinese people, but also beneficial to the world's peace and development.

Minister Bennett spoke highly of China's development achievements as well as the important consensus reached by the leaders of both countries during Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit to China, stressed that the Israeli government attaches great importance to Israeli-Sino relations and China's important international status and influence. He said he was looking forward to visiting China in the near future as the Stand-in Chairman of the Ministerial Committee, and exchanging in-depth views with the Chinese side on the implementation of the consensus reached by the leaders of both countries to deepen Israeli-China cooperation. Minister Bennett also said the Israeli side will grasp the opportunities Chinese Dream brings to Israel and the whole world to further develop the Israeli-China friendly and cooperative relations for the benefit of the two peoples.
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