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Chinese President Xi Jinping Receives Credentials of 42 Ambassadors, Highlights Global Cooperation and Development

Beijing, January 30, 2024, The Europe Today: In a diplomatic ceremony at the Great Hall of the People, Chinese President Xi Jinping received the credentials of 42 ambassadors representing nations across the globe. The ambassadors, presenting their credentials, included representatives from Singapore, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, Nicaragua, Ukraine, Iran, Grenada, Tunisia, Cuba, Belgium, Zambia, Sweden, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland, Kuwait, Equatorial Guinea, Luxembourg, Ecuador, Honduras, Azerbaijan, Tanzania, Kenya, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Algeria, Romania, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Timor-Leste, Belarus, Afghanistan, Laos, Bolivia, Japan, Bulgaria, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Burkina Faso, the Czech Republic, Australia, and Armenia.

Following the credentials ceremony, President Xi addressed the assembled ambassadors, expressing cordial greetings and extending best wishes to their respective state leaders and citizens. Emphasizing China’s commitment to fostering international friendship, Xi underscored the importance of deepening cooperation on the basis of equality and mutual benefit. He encouraged ambassadors to enhance their understanding of China comprehensively and serve as bridges for communication, strengthening bilateral relations.

President Xi highlighted that 2024 marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, noting that China’s modernization aims to improve the lives of its 1.4 billion citizens. He emphasized that China’s progress provides a broader market and unprecedented development opportunities for the world, injecting momentum into the modernization efforts of countries globally.

Acknowledging the current global challenges, President Xi expressed China’s commitment to contributing wisdom and solutions for global peace and development. He advocated for an equal, multipolar world and inclusive economic globalization. Xi reiterated China’s dedication to building a community with a shared future for humanity, fostering international cooperation for a better world.