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A Sustained Relationship
Since unrest broke out early last year, dramatic changes have taken place in the Middle East nation, culminating in the election of a new president. But the tumultuous developments have not disrupted relations between China and Egypt
Egypt's Diplomatic Balancing Act

Mohamed Morsi, newly elected Egyptian President, launched an extensive diplomatic campaign shortly after taking office. Chinese observers pointed out that the Morsi administration intends to keep a distance from the United States in order to relieve domestic pressure

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President Hu Jintao's Proposals on Sino-Egyptian Ties

- Political relations: conducting closer exchanges between leaders, governments, parliaments and political parties, giving full play to various consultation mechanisms and supporting each other on major issues concerning each other's core interests

- Economic and trade cooperation: proceeding with construction on big projects such as a Suez trade cooperation area and enhancing cooperation in a variety of areas, including infrastructure construction, agriculture, transportation, energy and finance

- Cultural and people-to-people exchanges: promoting dialogues and exchanges between different civilizations and deepening cooperation in the culture, health, press, technology and tourism sectors

- Multilateral cooperation: supporting Egypt in playing a bigger role in international and regional affairs and maintaining close communication with it on hot issues

(Source: Xinhua News Agency)

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