Xi Telephoned Syrian President Bashar Al-Bashar, New Zealand Prime Minister Aden Respectively
2021-11-06 12:34

Chinese President Xi Jinping had a telephone conversation with Syrian President Bashar on November 5.

 

Xi Jinping pointed out that Syria was one of the first Arab countries to establish diplomatic relations with New China and one of the sponsors of restoring China's legitimate seat in the United Nations. Since the establishment of diplomatic ties 65 years ago, China-Syria relations have withstood the test of international changes, and the friendship between the two countries has lasted for a long time. China attaches great importance to the development of China-Syria relations and is willing to work with Syria to promote more achievements in China-Syria friendly cooperation. China will continue to support Syria in fighting the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic and supporting Syria in reconstruction and recovery of development. Syria is welcome to participate in the "the belt and road initiative" and global development initiatives. China is willing to work with Syria to carry forward the common values of all mankind, promote dialogue among different civilizations, safeguard international fairness and justice, and safeguard the common interests of developing countries.

 

Xi Jinping pointed out that China firmly supports Syria in safeguarding national sovereignty, territorial integrity and national dignity, and resolutely opposes external forces interfering in Syria's internal affairs. It is believed that Syria will overcome all kinds of risks and challenges, win new victories in the struggle to defend independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity, and the Syrian people will usher in a better tomorrow.

 

Bashar expressed congratulations on the 50th anniversary of New China's resumption of its legitimate seat in the United Nations, which is of great significance to the Chinese people. China has made great contributions to safeguarding world peace, stability and development. The Syrian government and people sincerely thank China for supporting Syria in safeguarding national sovereignty, territorial integrity and national dignity, opposing external forces interfering in Syria's internal affairs, and safeguarding international law and international fairness and justice. Syria attaches great importance to friendly relations with China, supports the "the belt and road initiative" initiative, hopes to expand and deepen cooperation with China, and welcomes Chinese enterprises to increase investment in Syria. Socialism with Chinese characteristics has achieved great success, and Syria is willing to learn from China's relevant ideas and experiences. Syria will continue to firmly support China on issues involving Xinjiang, Tibet, Hong Kong, human rights, Taiwan and the South China Sea.

 

Chinese President Xi Jinping had a telephone conversation with New Zealand Prime Minister Aden on November 5.

 

Xi Jinping emphasized that China and New Zealand have made joint efforts to overcome political, historical and cultural differences, and the cooperation between the two countries has created many "firsts". Next year marks the 50th anniversary of China-Singapore diplomatic relations. The two sides should sum up successful experiences, strengthen strategic communication, "not afraid of floating clouds to cover their eyes", adhere to openness and tolerance, seek common ground while reserving differences, deepen pragmatic cooperation, properly handle differences, and promote the healthy and stable development of China-Singapore comprehensive strategic partnership to better benefit the two peoples.

 

Xi Jinping pointed out that the two sides should give full play to their complementary advantages, expand economic and trade cooperation and maintain the stability of the industrial chain and supply chain. China welcomes New Zealand's participation in building a "the belt and road initiative" with high quality, and is willing to expand cooperation with New Zealand in vaccine research and development, environmental protection, clean energy, food safety, science and technology education, etc., so that the two peoples can have more sense of gain. The two sides should carry forward the "Rewi Alley Spirit", encourage young people to strengthen exchanges and enhance understanding and friendship between the two peoples. Both sides should maintain and practice true multilateralism and work together to promote regional economic integration.

 

Xi emphasized that China supports New Zealand as the host of the 2021 APEC meeting, and is willing to work with other parties to promote positive results of the APEC Leaders' Informal Meeting, so as to inject new impetus into fighting novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, promoting economic recovery, promoting regional development and prosperity and building a community of destiny in the Asia-Pacific region.

 

Aden expressed his gratitude to China for its support to New Zealand in hosting the APEC meeting, and looked forward to President Xi Jinping's participation in the APEC Leaders' Informal Meeting next week, so as to provide insights for cooperation in coping with the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, promoting Asia-Pacific cooperation and promoting open and inclusive growth of regional economy.

 

Aden said that Singapore-China relations are one of the most important bilateral relations for New Zealand. The cooperation between the two sides is extensive, in-depth and complementary. New Zealand enterprises actively participated in the 4th China International Import Expo and hoped to deepen economic and trade cooperation between the two countries. New Zealand firmly adheres to the one-China policy and appreciates China's efforts and contributions to tackling climate change and protecting biodiversity. New Zealand is willing to strengthen strategic communication with China, deepen cooperation in various fields, strengthen people-to-people exchanges, and do a good job in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between New Zealand and China next year. New Zealand firmly believes that the Beijing Winter Olympics will be a complete success.