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Chinese leader congratulates Djibouti president on independence anniversary


17:15, June 25, 2013

DJIBOUTI, June 25 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has sent a congratulatory message to his Djibouti counterpart Ismail Omar Guelleh on the eve of the 36th anniversary of the Red Sea country's independence.

"In the last few years, under your leadership, your country has achieved tremendous economic development that has resulted in improvement of the people's living conditions. We congratulate you and sincerely hope that the Republic of Djibouti will achieve more successes," Xi said in the message on Monday.

The Chinese president said China-Djibouti relations had entered a new phase to promote rapid development in all economic sectors.

"Very committed to the traditional friendship between the two countries, China is ready to cooperate closely with Djibouti to take the bilateral relations to a higher level. I wish prosperity and well-being for the leadership and people of the Republic of Djibouti," the Chinese president said.

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