Chinese New Ambassador to the FSM Huang Zheng Presented Credentials
2018/06/08
       On June 6, H.E. Huang Zheng, the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the FSM, presented his Credentials to H.E. Peter M. Christian, President of the FSM.

 

       Ambassador Huang conveyed the cordial greetings and best wishes of President Xi Jinping and the government and people of China to President Christian and the government and people of the FSM. Ambassador Huang said that China and the FSM enjoy a long history of friendship. The Chinese government attaches great importance to China-FSM relations and always sees in the FSM a sincere friend and an important partner in the Pacific islands region. In November 2014, the leaders of our two countries made the decision to build a strategic partnership featuring mutual respect and common development. The productive meeting between the two Presidents during President Christian's successful state visit to China in March 2017 charted the course for our bilateral relations. Next year marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the FSM and we are welcoming the new opportunities. γ€€γ€€

       Ambassador Huang said, as new Ambassador, he would make joint efforts with the FSM side to follow up on the important consensus reached between two Presidents, further strengthen engagement at the top and other levels, and expand cooperation in all areas, so as to bring our new relations to a new high and benefit the two peoples.

       President Christian warmly welcomed Ambassador Huang to the FSM and conveyed cordial greetings and best wishes to President Xi Jinping. He agreed with Ambassador Huang's evaluation of the bilateral relations and expressed gratitude for China's aid to the FSM. He reiterated that the FSM will uphold One-China Principle and develop the strategic partnership between the two countries and realize common development on the basis of mutual respect and equality. The FSM supports the Belt and Road Initiative and will speed up the process to join the Belt and Road Initiative.

       The two sides also made in-depth exchanges of view on expanding friendly exchanges and mutual beneficial cooperation between China and the FSM.

 
       Hon Lorin Robert, Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Joses Gallen, Secretary of Justice, Hon. Lukner Weilbacher, Secretary of TC&I, Hon. Magdalena Walter, Secretary of Health, Hon. Andrew Yatilman, Secretary of Environment, Climate & Emergency Management and Mrs. Li Cuiying, DCM of the Chinese Embassy and etc attended the ceremony and the meeting.

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