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of cooperation, defined key areas and strengthened the mechanism to seek high-quality development of the BRI, he said.
Leaders reached wide-ranging agreement on high-quality cooperation on the BRI at the leaders’ roundtable on Saturday after an i
n-depth exchange of views on issues such as connectivity, policy integration and sustainable development.
They supported comprehensive infrastructure connectivity as a way to foster economic growth and to build high-q
uality, reliable, resilient and sustainable infrastructure, according to a joint communique issued after the roundtable.
All parties involved supported strengthening synergies in development policies using the principle
of extensive consultations, joint contributions for shared benefits and building even closer partnerships, the joint communique said.
The leaders also upheld green and sustainable growth and agreed to enhance cooperation in areas such as environ
mental protection, circular economy and clean energy, according to the communique.
d further enhance border management to safeguard the safety and stability of the border region, Xi said.
China-Myanmar relations have developed well in all areas, Xi said, add
ing that the two countries have made new progress in jointly building the Belt and Road.
Cooperation between the two countries and the two armies has maintained sustainable and healthy dev
elopment, Xi said, adding that the visit is expected to bring new progress in their defense and military cooperation.
Min Aung Hlaing said Myanmar and China have a long history of traditional friend
ship, and the two countries and two armies have maintained good development.
Myanmar is grateful for China’s support for the development of the country and the ar
my, he said, adding that Myanmar appreciates China’s support of its domestic peace process.
Myanmar welcomes and supports the building of the Belt and Road, and the country wo
uld like to take effective measures to maintain the stability of the border region, he added.
Min Aung Hlaing is making his fifth visit to China since becoming Myanmar’s commander-in-chief of defense services in 2011.