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Mongolian Prime Minister Sanj Bayar (R), also head of the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party(MPRP), shakes hand with Wang Jiarui, head of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee, in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, Dec.19, 2008. Wang Jiarui heads a delegation of the Communist Party of China to pay a 4-days friendly visit to Mongolia.     ULAN BATOR, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- Mongolian President Nambaryn Enkhbayar and Prime Minister Sanj Bayar on Friday met with Wang Jiarui, head of the International Department of the Communist Party of China Central Committee (CPC) to discuss bilateral ties.     During the meeting, Enkhbayar spoke highly of the current Chinese-Mongolian good-neighbor partnership of mutual trust.     Bilateral cooperation has developed fast in various fields in recent years, said the president, adding that there is great potential for the two to develop cooperation in trade and other economic areas in Mongolia. Mongolia's President Nambariin Enkhbayar (R) shakes hand with Wang Jiarui, head of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee, in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, Dec.19, 2008.     Talking about the current financial crisis, Enkhbayar said "the measures taken by China to tide over the current financial crisis are proper and Mongolia hopes to work together with China to minimize the impact of the crisis on the countries."     Prime Minister Sanj Bayar, who serves as chairman of Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP), referred to relations with China as a top priority of Mongolia's foreign policy, adding that ties between MPRP and CPC is of great importance to bilateral relations.     The prime minister also vowed that his country would adhere to one-China policy and support China's stance on Taiwan and Tibet issues. Mongolian deputy prime minister Miyeegombo Enkhbold (L), shakes hand with Wang Jiarui, head of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee, in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, Dec.19, 2008.     Wang Jiarui briefed the Mongolian leaders on the current political and economic situations in China, saying the development of bilateral ties and cooperation have brought "concrete benefit" to the two peoples.     The CPC is willing to further enhance relations with the MPRP, Wang said, adding that the CPC and the Chinese government will unswervingly develop relations with Mongolia in a sound, stable way.     Wang Jiarui arrived in Mongolia on Friday morning.

BEIJING, Nov. 18 (Xinhua) -- China's police departments should further standardize the procedure of law enforcement and build harmonious relations with the people, China's top police official said on Tuesday.     State Councilor Meng Jianzhu, also Minister of Public Security, said at a tele-conference with local public security heads that the police should "be fully aware of the challenge brought by the global financial crisis and try their best to maintain social stability."     Meng urged the police to further improve the way of law enforcement, using "a harmonious thinking to ease conflicts and a harmonious attitude to treat the people".     "You should let the people know the authority and dignity of the law, and meanwhile make them feel the care and warmth from the public security authorities," he said.     Earlier this month, Meng published an article in the journal of the Communist Party of China, Qiushi, or Seeking Truth, underscoring "the appropriate use of police force".     "In handling mass incidents, we must be clear that the chief tasks of the public security authorities are to maintain order on the scene, ease conflicts, avoid excessive steps and prevent the situation getting out of control," he wrote.     And the local officials must exercise caution in using police forces, weapons and coercive force, Meng said. "Incidents of bloodshed, injury and death should absolutely be avoided."     A violent protest, involving 30,000 people, broke out on June 28 in Weng'an County of southwest China's Guizhou Province. The protesters rampaged through government buildings and torched more than 160 offices and about 40 vehicles. More than 150 police and protesters were injured, most slightly, and no deaths were reported.     Provincial Party Chief Shi Zongyuan later blamed some local officials' "rude and roughshod solutions" to solve disputes over mines, the demolition of homes for public projects, the relocation of residents for reservoir construction and other issues.     "Some officials neglected their duties, but resorted to police force when any dispute happened, which led to strained relations between officials and the people, and police and the public," Shi said.

JAKARTA, Dec. 23 (Xinhua) -- Visiting Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang met with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Monday afternoon, calling on the two countries to step up partnership and tackle the international financial crisis.     Li said that the development of cooperation between China and Indonesia, both as important developing countries in the region, serves to the significant purpose to promote peace and stability in the region and the world. Visiting Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (L) meets with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (R) in Jakarta, Indonesia, Dec. 22, 2008.     Li highlighted the growth momentum of the bilateral cooperation in infrastructure and energy sectors, citing the Suramadu bridge being constructed by the Chinese company in Surabaya as a symbol of the bilateral cooperation.     Li said the two nations share huge potential for cooperation, noting that China will support and encourage the Chinese companies to participate in Indonesia's infrastructure construction, share successful experience on domestic economic development.     Li also called on Indonesia to intensify exchange and dialogue so as to tackle the current international financial crisis. Visiting Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (L1) meets with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (R1) in Jakarta, Indonesia, Dec. 22, 2008.    Susilo welcomed Li's visit and recognized the rapid development of Indonesia-China relations since the two nations forged strategic partnership in 2005.     He also voiced his appreciation of the success of Beijing Olympic Games, highlighting the sports event as a pride for the Asian people.     The development of China is not only conducive to the Indonesia-China cooperation, but also of great significance to the common prosperity in the region and world as well, he said.     The Indonesian president also expressed his gratitude for China's help in the country's economic development, suggesting that the two countries work closer and boost bilateral cooperation.     The Chinese Vice Premier also addressed a welcoming luncheon hosted by the Indonesian business community on Monday. He told the entrepreneurs from 33 Indonesian provincial districts that the two-way trade is expected to exceed 30 billion U.S. dollars by the end of 2008, an objective previously set to be realized in 2010, and Chinese government is willing to make joint efforts with the Indonesian business community to expand the fields and promote the level of the bilateral cooperation.     

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