A delegation of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Monday wrapped up a three-day visit to Romania, after meeting with leaders of political parties in the Eastern European country.
The delegation, led by Zhou Li, vice minister of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee, met with leaders of the Romanian Social Democrat Party, the National Liberal Party, the National Union for Romania’s Progress and the prefect of the Romanian Constanta county.
In the Ovidiu Sincai Social Democrat Institute, Zhou also briefed the Romanian hosts on the concept of the “Four Comprehensives” strategy outlined by Chinese President Xi Jinping, which includes comprehensive efforts to build a moderately prosperous society, deepen reforms, advance the rule of law, and strictly run the Party.
Meanwhile, he also exchanged views with local political party leaders on strengthening inter-party practical cooperation, as well as international and regional situations. Enditem

Source: Xinhua


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