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Cartoon Commentary President Xi's Middle East visit ④: Guiding China and Arab revival

Editor: Li Kun 丨CCTV.com

01-23-2016 18:02 BJT

Comments by Xu Xiujun, associate researcher with the Institute of World Economy and Politics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; comics drawn by Chi Ying
 

 

 

On January 21, accompanied by the Arab League Secretary-General Nabil al-Arabya and  Egyptian Prime Minister Sherif Ismai, President Xi Jinping had delivered a keynote address at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo entitled, "Work together for a bright future of China-Arab relations."

Xi promoted pragmatic cooperation in the four-point initiative, outlining a new blueprint for China-Arab cooperation, which received a warm response from the Middle East media.

His speech focused on the Arab world and explained Beijing's diplomatic policy on the region that depicted a beautiful portrayal of China-Arab cooperation.

The four-point initiative conveys far-reaching significance and demonstrates China will be a firm builder of peace and development in the Middle East. Beijing would boost regional industrialization, support regional stability and be a good envoy of communications between the Chinese and Arab peoples.

Xi's Speech demonstrated Chinese wisdom, reflecting the style of a large country and highlighting China's responsibility to guide the revival of the Chinese and Egyptian peoples.

The constant applause in the Arab League headquarters had proven how Xi's speech would mark an impressive chapter in the history of China-Arab relations.

( The opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Panview or CCTV.com. )

 

 

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