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World leaders, parties, organizations congratulate Xi on election as CPC chief (2)


09:15, November 22, 2012

The people of Fiji believed that with his impeccable credentials, Xi stood in good position to lead China into the future, Bainimarama said.

King of Bhutan Jigme Singye Wangchuck said Xi's election to the most important post of the CPC was indeed a clear testimony to the trust and confidence reposed in him by the people and government of China.

The king said he was confident that with wide experience and able leadership, Xi would bring greater peace, progress and prosperity to China and that the close ties of friendship that existed between the two countries would be further strengthened in the years ahead.

Sushil Koirala, chairman of Nepali Congress party, wished Xi success as the general secretary of the CPC Central Committee and also wished the new CPC central leadership success.

Koirala voiced the belief that during Xi's tenure, relations between the two parties would be further strengthened to better benefit the two peoples.

Omurbek Tekebayev, chairman of Ata Meken Socialist Party of Kyrgyzstan, said the convening of the 18th CPC national congress and the historic choice on the new CPC central leadership were of great significance to the entire international community.

His party paid high attention to establishing solid and friendly relations with the CPC and would like to continue to push forward cooperation between the two parties in order to benefit the two peoples, he said.

S. Oyun and S. Demberel, leaders of Mongolia's Civil Will-Green Party, said in their congratulatory note that the CPC congress and the series of resolutions adopted at the gathering were of historic significance.

They wished Xi success in his lofty position, which represents the people's welfare.

Mar Roxas and Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya, president and executive vice president of the Philippines' Liberal Party, congratulated Xi and conveyed their best wishes on his election as CPC general secretary.

"We have no doubt that your leadership and proven commitment to the welfare of the Chinese people will propel your nation to unparalleled heights of unity and prosperity," they said in a message.

Nayef Hawatmeh, general secretary of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, said he is confident that Xi, as the new CPC leader, will promote the welfare of the Chinese people and make greater contributions to advancing bilateral friendly relations and safeguarding world peace and justice.

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