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李克强访问文莱 中国文莱将合作开采南海油气
作者:明金维 郑…    文章来源:http://news.xinhuanet.com/world/2013-10/12/c_125518804.htm    点击数:1284    更新时间:2013-10-12    

 

中国文莱将合作开采南海油气

2013年10月12日 07:45:13来源: 北京日报
 

  国务院总理李克强11日上午在文莱王宫同文莱苏丹哈桑纳尔举行正式会谈。

  李克强说,中国政府高度重视发展同文莱的战略合作关系,愿进一步提升两国战略合作水平。一是密切高层交往,就双边和重要国际地区问题加强协调。二是深化务实合作,促进双边贸易快速增长,推动基础设施建设合作,扩大农业和渔业合作。三是推进能源合作,拓展油气开发、炼化、油田服务等领域合作,落实好中国文莱就南海共同开发达成的重要共识,支持两国企业共同勘探和开采海上油气资源,实现互利共赢。四是密切人文交流,增进双方民众的相互了解与友谊,使两国友好世代相传。

  李克强赞赏文莱作为东盟轮值主席国,为促进中国—东盟关系健康稳定发展发挥的作用,期待文方继续为此作出新贡献。

  哈桑纳尔表示,文中关系发展很好,两国各领域合作富有成效。中国是文莱的重要合作伙伴,为维护地区的和平、稳定与繁荣作出重要贡献。文方愿与中方进一步加强战略沟通,扩大互利合作,提升两国关系水平。两国能源企业开展了良好合作,文方愿与中方进一步加强两国海上合作,实现共同发展。文方将继续为推动东盟—中国关系发展作出积极努力。

  会谈后,两国领导人共同出席了《中华人民共和国政府与文莱达鲁萨兰国政府关于海上合作的谅解备忘录》、《中国海油和文莱国油关于成立油田服务领域合资公司的协议》等双边合作文件的签字仪式。双方发表了《中华人民共和国和文莱达鲁萨兰国联合声明》。

  新华社斯里巴加湾市10月11日电(记者 陈二厚 邓玉山)国务院总理李克强10月9日至11日访问文莱期间,两国发表《中华人民共和国和文莱达鲁萨兰国联合声明》。双方决定进一步深化两国关系,并一致同意加强海上合作,推动共同开发。

  双方强调应由直接有关的主权国家通过和平对话和协商解决南海领土和管辖权争议。双方重申将致力于全面有效落实《南海各方行为宣言》,维护地区和平、稳定和安全,增进互信,加强合作。双方欢迎今年9月在苏州举行的中国—东盟落实《南海各方行为宣言》第六次高官会,及在落实《南海各方行为宣言》框架下就“南海行为准则”磋商取得的积极进展,认为应以循序渐进和协商一致的方式稳步推进“南海行为准则”进程。

  两国政府对双方在能源领域,特别是中国海洋石油总公司与文莱国家石油公司之间的现有合作表示满意,对中国海油与文莱国油签署关于成立合营公司的协议表示欢迎。双方同意根据今年4月5日发表的中文《联合声明》,支持两国相关企业开展海上共同开发,勘探和开采海上油气资源

  2013年4月5日,文莱苏丹哈桑纳尔访华期间,两国发表《联合声明》,同意支持两国有关企业本着相互尊重、平等互利的原则共同勘探和开采海上油气资源。有关合作不影响两国各自关于海洋权益的立场。(记者 明金维 郑捷)

 

中国驻缅甸大使:昂山素季帮助中国解决两国敏感争端

http://news.takungpao.com/world/roll/2013-10/1956789.html

 

Brunei, China to step up maritime, energy ties

 

His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam (R) and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during the bilateral meeting at Istana Nurul Iman yesterday. Picture: BT/Md Asdeny Yakub

Saturday, October 12, 2013

BRUNEI and China will be looking to extend their maritime and energy cooperation to the next level following the signing of two related documents during a bilateral meeting between the leaders.

His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang atIstana Nurul Iman yesterday, a second top-level meeting between the two countries this year, following the monarch's state visit to China to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping last April.

In yesterday's meeting, His Majesty and the Chinese premier expressed their satisfaction with the ongoing energy cooperation between the two countries, and in particular, between Petroleum Brunei and China National Offshore Oil Cooperation (CNOOC).

[For coverage of the 23rd Asean Summit click here.]

They also encouraged officials from both sides to study other aspects of joint exploration and exploitation of maritime oil and gas resources on the basis of the principles set out in paragraph 10 of the Brunei-China Joint Statement of April 5, 2013.

A Joint Venture Agreement on Oilfield Services between Petroleum Brunei and CNOOC was signed yesterday by Second Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya PekermaDewa Dato Seri Setia Lim Jock Seng as Chairman of Petroleum Brunei, and CNOOC Chairman Wang Yilin.

Before the JV signing, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on maritime cooperation was signed by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade His Royal Highness Prince Mohamed Bolkiah and Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi.

During the meeting, His Majesty and the Chinese premier discussed issues related to bilateral relation and exchanged views on regional and international matters, where the monarch expressed appreciation for China's support of Brunei's ASEAN chairmanship this year, and also its continued support for ASEAN's centrality in the evolving regional architecture through the various ASEAN-led processes, including the ASEAN Plus Three, the East Asia Summit and the ASEAN Regional Forum.

Both sides also said they would encourage their respective officials to look into ways to further strengthen the "Brunei-China Strategic Cooperative Relationship" agreed by His Majesty and President Xi in April 2013.

The monarch also expressed appreciation for China's initiative to upgrade the ASEAN-China Free Trade Area, set up an Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and launch a host of projects with support from the ASEAN-China Maritime Cooperation Fund.

According to earlier reports in The Brunei Times, China has set aside three billion yuan ($611 million) for the China-ASEAN Maritime Cooperation Fund to boost trade and investment, connectivity and maritime cooperation between ASEAN and China.

Both leaders also agreed to further enhance cooperation in economics, energy, infrastructure, agriculture and fisheries, defence, education and people-to-people exchanges.

His Royal Highness Prince Hj Al-Muhtadee Billah, the Crown Prince and Senior Minister at the Prime Minister's Office, also attended the meeting.

Other Chinese senior officials present at the meeting were National Development and Reform Commission Chairman Xu Shaoshi, Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng, Deputy Secretary-General of the State Council Xiao Jie, Director of Research Office of the State Council Ning Jizhe and China Ambassador to Brunei Zheng Xianglin.

Brunei senior officials present at the meeting included Minister of Development Yang Berhormat PehinOrang Kaya Indera Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Hj Suyoi Hj Osman (Minister-in-Attendance), Second Finance Minister Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Laila Setia Dato Seri Setia Hj Abdul Rahman HjIbrahim, Minister of Energy at the Prime Minister's Office, Yang Berhormat Pehin Datu SingamanteriColonel (Rtd) Dato Seri Paduka (Dr) Hj Mohammad Yasmin Hj Umar and Brunei Ambassador to China DatinPaduka Magdalene Teo Chee Siong.

The Chinese premier departed yesterday morning for Thailand shortly after the bilateral meeting.

Brunei and Japan also recently agreed to strengthen energy cooperation, including exports of liquefied natural gas to Japan and the development of renewable energy. The Brunei Times

 

 

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