People First Party (PFP) chairman James Soong Chu-yu is likely to sign a document on the '1992 consensus' with Communist Party General Secretary Hu Jintao at their meeting today, a senior PFP official says. The meeting, the second between Mr Hu and a Taiwanese opposition leader in two weeks, was described by Vice-President Zeng Qinghong as a 'great event' in cross-strait relations. Quoting Chang Hsien-yao, the PFP's policy research director, the semi-official China News Agency reported Mr Soong would not shy away from discussing the '1992 consensus' which allegedly recognised 'one China' at the meeting. Beijing has insisted on using the '1992 consensus' - an understanding said to have been reached between semi-official bodies from the two sides in Hong Kong in 1992 - as the basis for resuming cross-strait talks. But Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian has rejected the existence of the consensus. Mr Chang said the meeting between Mr Soong and Mr Hu would come to a 'very important conclusion' on the 'content and definition' of the consensus, which may be recorded in black and white. The PFP official, who has been involved in talks with Communist Party officials to finalise today's agenda, said the meeting would be a party-to-party meeting, between the PFP and the Communist Party. He said the PFP hoped Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party would embrace any result that fell within the scope of the 10-point consensus on cross-strait and international political reconciliation reached between Mr Soong and Mr Chen in late February. 'For those that are outside the 10-point consensus, they are the PFP's policies,' the agency quoted him as saying. Because the outcome of the meeting between Mr Soong and Mr Hu would be a crucial achievement of the PFP leader's mainland visit, Mr Chang said the two sides had not ruled out agreeing to record the result 'in document form', adding that the form of expression had yet to be concluded. It is widely expected that Mr Soong's meeting with Mr Hu will produce concrete results because he is bearing a personal message from Mr Chen. Mr Soong met Mr Zeng yesterday afternoon and then attended a dinner banquet. Mr Zeng, who ranks No5 in the mainland's ruling hierarchy and sits on the Politburo Standing Committee, has responsibility for Hong Kong and Macau affairs. It is the first time he has received a Taiwanese delegation. '[The meeting] is the first dialogue between the top leaders of the two parties,' said Mr Zeng before he met Mr Soong in the Great Hall of the People yesterday afternoon. He called on the Taiwanese people to work together to achieve common prosperity for the Chinese nation and fight against the island's pro-independence forces.