A National People's Congress (NPC) delegation of legislators from China's Tibet Autonomous Region on Saturday concluded a three-day visit to Argentina.
The delegation met Argentine parliament members, officials from the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship, scholars and university students during their first visit to the South American country.
The two sides held talks on topics including Tibet's socio-and-economic progress achieved after the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, poverty alleviation, religious and cultural protection, ethnic unity and regional autonomy system for ethnic minorities.
During the talks, the Argentine side promised to deepen cooperation in various fields and promote personnel and tourism exchanges between the two sides.
Led by Danzeng Langjie, vice chairman of the NPC Standing Committee of the Tibet Autonomous Region, the delegation arrived in Argentina on Thursday after their four-day visit to Canada.