Foreign and Military Affairs

China, EU discuss non-proliferation cooperation

Updated: 2010-12-09 09:37


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BEIJING -- Around 100 government officials, experts, scholars and business representatives from China and the European Union  gathered in Beijing from Monday to Wednesday, exchanging views on non-proliferation export control policies.

They also discussed issues such as export licensing and export control enforcement at the 2010 China-EU Export Controls Seminar.

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Both sides agreed that China-EU strategic cooperation on non-proliferation and communication on export control had made good progress over the last six years.

China and the European Union signed the Joint Declaration on Non-proliferation and Arms Control in 2004.

They also agreed that their cooperation had played an important role in the China-EU strategic partnership and international non-proliferation.


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