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The Communique included mainly the following elements: Heads of State of the two countries believed that the bilateral relations had all along enjoyed a healthy development since the establishment of diplomatic ties.
The two countries were ready to build on what had been achieved, cooperate with each other more closely and develop the existing friendly relations and cooperation between them further at the dawn of the new century.
The two sides agreed to maintain close contacts with each other so as to advance the bilateral relations step by step. President Mubarak invited President Jiang to visit Egypt again and President Jiang accepted the invitation with pleasure.21st Century American Foreign Policy [Coursera] 2.5.2E US - India Relations
The two sides also decided that their Foreign Ministers should meet at least once a year and that their Foreign Ministries, Permanent Missions to international organizations and diplomatic missions abroad should consult and coordinate with each other from time to time.
The two sides agreed that economic cooperation and trade constituted an important component of the bilateral relations. They would work together to expand their economic ties and trade and take advantage of each other?
The two Governments would encourage more contacts between their respective companies and enterprises, promote mutual investment, enhance exchanges and cooperation in the industrial, agricultural, scientific, technical, tourism and other areas. The two sides believed that the international situation was generally moving towards relaxation, but there still existed destabilizing factors.
They decided to increase cooperation and make concerted efforts for the establishment of a fair and reasonable new international political and economic order under these circumstances. They stressed that it was important for the two influential developing countries of China and Egypt to work together for greater solidarity and closer cooperation among developing countries and for smaller gap between developed and developing countries.
The two sides emphasized that the UN resolutions concerning the Middle East question, the principle of land for peace and the implementation of the agreements already signed between Arabs and Israel should serve as the principles and basis for a settlement of the Middle East question.