Beijing (VNA) – China and Indonesia on August 22 held the
sixth vice-premier-level dialogue in Beijing, pledging to foster comprehensive strategic
partnership between the two countries.

The dialogue was co-chaired by China’s State Councillor
Yang Jiechi and Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and
Security Affairs Wiranto.

Yang urged the two sides to implement agreements reached by
their leaders.

He said relations between China
and Indonesia
have developed rapidly and the two countries have maintained frequent
high-level visits while expanding cooperation in various fields.

China is willing to work with Indonesia to integrate
development strategies and enhance cooperation, he added.

Indonesian Minister Wiranto said his country regards China as a strategic partner in the Asia-Pacific
region and is ready to work with China to promote bilateral ties.

At the dialogue, both sides agreed to maintain high-level
visits and communication on key issues, connect development strategies and
promote cooperation under the Belt and Road initiative.

They also agreed to deepen cooperation in national defence, law
enforcement, anti-terrorism, drug control, cyberspace, aerospace and maritime

China and Indonesia agreed to maintain peace and stability in the East Sea, push
forward East Asia cooperation, promote China-ASEAN ties as well as coordinate
more in multilateral mechanisms.-VNA