China’s top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng has concluded his four-day visit to Thailand.
And two countries have pledged to enhance Sino-Thai cooperation in various areas including infrastructure, trade and law enforcement.
Yu also paid a visit to a royally-launched project in northern Chiang Mai province, in which China has also participated.
The project, initiated by Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit in 1969, aims at eradicating narcotics and improving the local people’s livelihood by cultivating cash crops like fruit and vegetables instead of poppy.
While visiting a bilingual school in Chiang Mai, where teaching is conducted in Thai and Chinese, Yu called for students to make their own contribution to China-Thailand friendship in the future.