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More foreign leaders, parties felicitate CPC on National Congress

    BEIJING, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) -- Leaders of many more foreign political parties and organizations have congratulated the Communist Party of China (CPC) on the convening of its 17th National Congress.

    In his congratulatory message to the CPC, Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko said that under the leadership of the CPC, the Chinese people will make great achievements in building a harmonious socialist society.

    He believed that the congress will pass resolutions that will promote China's sustainable development and further raise its international prestige, he added.

    In his greetings, Runaldo Ronald Venetiaan, president of Suriname and chairman of the National Party of Suriname, expressed his best wishes to the CPC, hoping the party would "work out the necessary strategic arrangements to further China's economic, political, cultural and social development."

    Abdoulaye Wade, president of Senegal and secretary-general of the Senegalese Democratic Party, highly regarded the measures that are expected to be discussed and adopted during the congress, especially those regarding China's reform, opening-up and modernization.

    He said Senegal is ready to make concerted efforts with China to strengthen the friendly relations between the two countries.

    Ranko Krivokapic, speaker of Montenegro's parliament and chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Montenegro, said that over the last several decades, the CPC has brought about the greatest development in China's history and benefited the well-being of the Chinese people.

    This great achievement entitles the CPC to continue to lead China in building a just and prosperous society, he said.

    Nipake Edward Natapei, deputy prime minister of Vanuatu and president of the Vanua-aku Party of Vanuatu, extended his "heartfelt congratulations" to the CPC, saying that over the last five years, the CPC "has made remarkable achievements in directing and promoting China's economic and social development."

    "As the first party among the South Pacific Island countries to establish relations with the Communist Party of China, the Vanua-aku Pati has been enjoying this fraternal friendship with your esteemed party over the years," Natapei said.

    Natapei said his party is always ready to work jointly with the CPC "in pushing the friendly relations and cooperation between our two parties to a new high."

    Natapei reiterated that the Vanua-aku Party will continue its "unswayable adherence to the one China principle."


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