China-ASEAN Relations, October 2005 to March 2006: Chronology of Events

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China-ASEAN Relations, October 2005 to March 2006: Chronology of Events


Song, Teng Siow, China: An International Journal


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China-ASEAN Relations

As a research institute based in Singapore, the EA1 monitors
developments in relations and interactions between
China and the individual countries of Southeast Asia
as well as the ASEAN grouping as a whole.
This material is presented in the form of
(1) a chronology of events,
and (2) important documents.
--the Editors

CHINA-ASEAN RELATIONS,
OCTOBER 2005 TO MARCH 2006:
CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS

OCTOBER 2005

12-13th     The 2nd Meeting of the CHINA-ASEAN Eminent Persons Group
            (EPG) is held in Kuala Lumpur. The EPG aims to meet twice
            a year, once in China and once in an ASEAN country to
            increase cooperation and understanding among all ASEAN
            countries with China and vice versa. Its goals are to
            advance ASEAN-CHINA relations for the next 15 years as
            well as to examine the relationship for the past 15 years.

18-20th     The 2nd ASEAN-CHINA Cooperative Operation in Response to
            Dangerous Drugs Congress is held in Beijing. The
            ministerial-level meeting is officiated by Zhou Yongkang,
            State Councillor and Commissioner of National Narcotics
            Control Commission of China and attended by more than 200
            delegates from China, the ASEAN countries and officials
            from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and
            other international organisations. A declaration known as
            the "Beijing Declaration" and an ACCORD Plan of Actions
            are endorsed at the end of the meeting. The ACCORD
            International Meeting is held every five years with the
            main objective of eradicating drugs in the region through
            several activities between the ASEAN and China and the
            implementation of the ACCORD Plan of Actions.

19th-22nd   The 2nd China-ASEAN Expo is held in Nanjing and
            co-sponsored by the Ministries of Economy and Trade of
            China, the ten ASEAN members and the ASEAN Secretariat.

24th        The 2005 Asia Pacific Countries Plenary Meeting in
            Shanghai is officially opened by Shen Guofang, China's
            Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs. There are also
            representatives from the United Nations High Commission
            for Refugees, the International Organisation for Migration
            and other international organisations. The theme of the
            conference is "Comprehensive Approaches to Durable
            Solutions for Refugee and Migration Trends". Topics
            discussed include refugees and displaced persons and how
            the rapid development of economic globalisation has
            accelerated the trans-national population movement leading
            to criminal activities such as smuggling and
            trafficking of people.

26th        Chairman Jia Qinglin of the Chinese People's Political
            Consultative Conference (CPPCC) meets with Singaporean
            Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in Beijing. Jia declares
            that China and Singapore enjoy frequent high-level
            exchanges, rapid growth of bilateral trade, steady
            progress of cooperation in various key areas and sound
            communications and coordination in both international and
            regional affairs. China will adhere to the principle of
            building friendly relationships and partnerships with its
            neighbours and join hands with Singapore to push for
            constant progress of friendly cooperation and promote
            peace, stability and prosperity in the region. Jia also
            mentions that China admires Singapore's adherence to the
            one-China policy and opposition to "Taiwan independence"
            and hopes that Singapore continues to support China's
            efforts to maintain national sovereignty and territorial
            integrity, and realise peaceful reunification. … 

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