BEIJING, Nov. 10(Xinhuanet)-- Chinese top political advisor Jia Qinglin met here Thursday with Hiller Istvan, chairman of the Hungarian Socialist Party.
Jia, chairman of the Standing Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference(CPPCC), said the relations between China and Hungary have developed smoothly over the past 56 years and bilateral cooperation in politics, economy, trade, science and education have produced fruitful results.
On party relations, Jia said the Communist Party of China(CPC)and the Hungarian Socialist Party have maintained long-time friendly cooperation, which greatly promoted the understanding and friendship between the two countries.
The CPC will continue to develop cooperative relations with all the friendly parties in Hungary, including the Hungarian Socialist Party, to push forward the China-Hungary relations, Jia said.
Hiller said Hungary and China enjoyed comprehensive friendly cooperative relations and solid political ties.
He said his party attaches great importance to its relations with the CPC and he believed that the cooperation between the two parties would further promote the development of bilateral ties.
Hiller also noted that the Hungary Socialist Party and the Hungarian government firmly abide by the one-China policy. Enditem