National Security Advisor to Government visits China

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National Security Advisor U Thaung Tun shakes hands with
Vice Foreign Minister of China Mr. Liu Zhenmin in Beijing. Photo: MNA

At the invitation of the Chinese Government,  U Thaung Tun, National Security Advisor to the government of Myanmar, visited China from 17 to 22 April 2017.
In separate calls of the National Security Advisor with Minister for Foreign Affairs of China Mr. Wang Yi, Minister for State Security Mr. Chen Wenqing, and Vice Foreign Minister Mr. Liu Zhenmin in Beijing, the two sides discussed and exchanged views on matters to promote bilateral relations, cooperation in bilateral, regional and international levels, close contacts and communications between the two governments as well as the two peoples, and matters related to the China’s supports for national reconciliation and peace process in Myanmar, peace and stability in border areas, China’s initiative of “Belt and Road”, and regional
security.
In Kunming, National Security Advisor met with Deputy Party Secretary of the Yunnan Province Li Xiuling, and professors, scholars, and students from Institute of Myanmar Studies in Yunnan University respectively. The National Security Advisor discussed the bilateral relations existing in the context of comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership and cooperation between the two countries, the efforts of the Myanmar government to build democracy federal union as well as achievements and challenges, contemporary traditional and non-traditional security issues.— Myanmar News Agency

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