Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (R) meets with his Mexican counterpart Luis Videgaray in Bonn, Germany, Feb. 17, 2017.(Xinhua/Peng Dawei)
BONN, Germany, Feb. 17 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday met his Mexican counterpart Luis Videgaray Caso to discuss further cooperation between the two countries.
The meeting took place on the sidelines of the G20 ministerial meeting in Germany's western city of Bonn.
Wang said that Mexico is an emerging market country with world influence and that the relationship between China and Mexico has entered a fast lane and achieved new results through cooperation.
China-Mexico cooperation has great potential, Wang said, adding that China is willing to implement the consensuses achieved by the leaders of the two countries and to expand cooperation in investment, trade and direct flights with Mexico.
Both sides should strengthen communication on international affairs, safeguard the common interests of both countries and developing countries and lift South-South cooperation to a new level, Wang said.
Videgaray said that his country cherishes the friendship between Mexico and China and that Mexico is happy to see China's growing investment in Mexico and the continuous growth of bilateral trade.
"The two countries have same or similar positions on many international affairs," Videgaray said.
He also stressed that Mexico is fully confident about the prospect of cooperation between the two countries and is looking forward to more fruitful results.