Latest News:  
Beijing   Sunny    14 / 1 ℃  City Forecast

English>>Foreign Affairs

World party, political leaders congratulate China on CPC congress


10:03, November 11, 2012

World party, political leaders congratulate China on CPC congress (Part II)

World party, political leaders congratulate China on CPC congress (Part III)

BEIJING, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- Political party and political leaders worldwide have congratulated China on the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which opened Thursday in Beijing.

Co-Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari said in a congratulatory message the congress was a momentous occasion for the CPC as it undertook to review the progress made during the past five years and laid down policy guidelines for the future.

The congress was taking place at a time of worldwide economic slowdown while China continued its steady forward march, the message said, noting China faced various challenges in pushing forward the cause of building socialism with Chinese characteristics, but, the Pakistani leader was confident "the Chinese leadership is endowed with the wisdom and sagacity to face these challenges and chart out a course that will take the Chinese people to even greater heights."

The message said the Pakistan-China friendship based upon mutual trust and respect was all-weather and time tested.

Leader of the Gaumee Itthihaad Party (GIP), or National Unity Party, and President of Maldives Mohamed Waheed in his congratulatory message conveyed best wishes for very constructive and fruitful deliberations at the congress.

The message said the Maldives and China observed the 40th anniversary of their diplomatic relations on Oct. 14, 2012, and the GIP had enjoyed close ties of friendship and cooperation with the CPC.

The message reiterated appreciation to the Chinese government and its people for their assistance and cooperation in the development of the Maldives over the years.

President of the Liberation Front of Mozambique (FRELIMO) and President of Mozambique Armando Guebuza, in a congratulatory message, iterated support for the cause of the CPC and the Chinese people, and willingness to deepen ties between the two countries' parties, governments and peoples.

Wishing the CPC congress a complete success, the message said FRELIMO was looking forward to deeper friendly cooperation with the CPC on their common ideals of creating peace, justice and boosting social progress.

【1】 【2】 【3】 【4】 【5】 【6】 【7】 【8】

Most viewed commentaries
Most viewed commentaries
China is no military threat despite commissioning of aircraft carrier Overseas Chinese's participation in politics becomes irresistible trend China’s path to democracy
Will U.S. security defense deployment make Asia safe? Why the 18th CPC National Congress attracts global attention Cancellation of Japan-U.S. joint drill does not mean showing weakness


Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name


Selections for you

  1. China's 13th escort fleet departs for Somali waters

  2. North China Sea Fleet conducts high-sea training

  3. Astronomy pictures of the week

  4. Fishermen present capture after fishing

  5. Sexy models and fancy cars rock Hangzhou

  6. E-retailers brace for massive promotion

  7. Taiwan International Aquarium Expo opens

  8. Everyday health hazard

Most Popular


  1. Growth of for-profit hospitals should be limited
  2. Mahjong: to protect or to crack down?
  3. Commertary: Finding a dynamic balance
  4. Central bank to use more open-market operation
  5. Commentary: Have confidence in China
  6. Chicagoans await election with mixed feelings
  7. Confident beginning paves way for happy marriage
  8. How many 'Anna Kareninas' lost in marriage
  9. 'Summer Palace' not labeled as speculations
  10. Govt still needs hand in rare earths

What’s happening in China

First alpine rail gets midnight maintenance

  1. Mixed joy club
  2. 100 millionth Bible printed
  3. China issues blizzards and high winds warning
  4. Traffic accident kills 10 in Xinjiang
  5. Journalists have tough job: survey