China has no claims to implementation of the trade and credit agreements with Ukraine - Ambassador of China
The People's Republic of China does not have any claims to Ukraine to fulfillment the trade and credit agreements in the agricultural sector, in particular the supply of grains, declared Zhang Xiyun, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to Ukraine, on February 26 his meeting with Viktor Maiko, Acting Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine.
He also noted that China plans to continue implementation of the reporting agreements. He also informed that in the nearest future it is planned the visit of the president of China National Complete Engineering Corporation (CCEC) Sun Bai, in order to conduct the negotiations with State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine on the status of the contract for grain supply.
Generally, the Ambassador said that to date there are no problems between Ukraine and China which may adversely affect the further development of relations between the two countries.
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