Third ICAPP to Promote Regional Cooperation and Seek Common Development
China to Host Third Asian Political Parties Conference
Malaysia Proposes Asian Monetary Institute

 

 

 

 

 

 

Third ICAPP to Promote Regional Cooperation and Seek Common Development

People's Daily Online
August 20, 2004

In anticipation of the Third International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) to be held in China from September 3 to 5, Cai Wu, deputy head of the International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee held a news conference Thursday, announcing that China is "willing to work with the participating political parities to present Asia and the whole world an open, equal, cooperative and constructive regional and multilateral party conference."

This is the first time for the CPC to host an international political parties' conference, Cai stressed.

"It is a grand gathering for political parties from various Asian countries to share their experience in running the party and state affairs, explore ways of friendly cooperation, formulate strategies of peace and development through joint consultation and promote regional cooperation in Asia," he said.

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China to Host 3rd Asian Political Parties' Conference

Xinhua Online
August 11, 2004 

The Communist Party of China (CPC) will host the third International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) in Beijing from Sept. 3 to 5 to promote regional cooperation. The conference will be beneficial to the promotion of mutual understanding and cooperation between Asian parties, to the growth of regional cooperation and to the comprehensive and multi-level development of bilateral ties between China and its Asian partners. 

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Malaysia Proposes  Asian Monetary Institute

United Press International
The Washington Times
August 10, 2004

Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi has proposed the establishment of an Asian monetary institution to improve economic integration in the region.He also proposed that the ASEAN+3 process be advanced to become the East Asian Economic Community Summit, the Bernama news agency reported Tuesday. ASEAN+3 refers to the 10 member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations together with China, Japan and South Korea as dialogue partners.

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