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Legislators Meet to Improve U.S.-China Relations

China Press, Posted: Sep 10, 2009

WASHINGTON The U.S. meeting between Wu Bangguo, chairman of the National Peoples Congress of China, and Nancy Pelosi, U.S. Speaker of the House, marked a step forward in U.S.-China relations, reports the China Press. According to the newspaper, this was the first time since 1989 that the two countries' Congressional leaders have met. Chinese diplomatic expert Wu Jianwen described Wus visit as more than a symbolic act. He told China Press that the meeting would help to maintain a mutual understanding, resolve conflicts and develop new ways to communicate between the two countries.

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