|China's top political advisor talks about bilateral ties with Cameroon's president|
YAOUNDE, March 24 (Xinhua) -- China's top political advisor Jia Qinglin on Wednesday talked with President of Cameroon Paul Biya about bilateral relations.
The meeting took place in Presidential Palace Wednesday noon.
Jia, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), was making a three-day official visit to the central African nation.
After their meeting, Jia and Biya will witness the signing of a number of cooperative deals between the two countries.
Earlier Wednesday, Jia visited a multifunctional stadium in downtown Yaounde which was financed by China.
At the landmark stadium, the largest of its kind in central Africa, Jia watched local people play table tennis and stage the performance of Chinese Gongfu.
China's top political advisor arrived in the capital of Cameroon on Tuesday afternoon. Jia held talks with President of National Assembly of Cameroon Cavaye Djibril and delivered a key- note speech on China-Africa relationship.
Jia will leave for Namibia on Thursday to continue his ten- day African tour.