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Chinese Embassy in Zimbabwe Hosts Reception Marking the Assumption of Office by Ambassador Huang Ping
2015/11/09

On November 6, Chinese Embassy in Zimbabwe hosted the Reception Marking the Assumption of Office of the new Chinese Ambassador Huang Ping. Minister of Public Service Prisca Mupfumira, Minister of Welfare Services for War VeteransChristopher Mutsvangwa, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador Bimha, Commander Defence Force General Chiwenge and other senior officials, ambassadors, and about 400 guests from Zimbabwe, local Chinese community and enterprises attended the reception.

In his speech, Ambassador Huang said that he felt very happy and lucky to come to Zimbabwe at a prime time of China's development, China-Zimbabwe friendship and China-Africa cooperation.

China is pushing forward economic reforms and the upgrade of its economic structure, moving into a "new normal" of slower yet safer and more sustainable growth. China-Zimbabwe relations are now at the best time of history as the two countries are celebrating the 35th anniversary of diplomatic ties, with deepening mutual trust and expanding cooperation in all areas,thanks to the joint efforts of both sides, and to the previous Chinese Ambassadors especially Ambassador Lin Lin. China-Africa cooperation has come to a new point of growth, with the FOCAC being upgraded to a summit this coming December.

Ambassador Huang said that he was more than willing to work with the Zimbabwean friends to seize the historical opportunity, deepen the cooperation and friendship, and bring more benefits to the two peoples.

The reception was overwhelmed with friendship and enthusiasm. The embassy displayed books of "The governance of China" written by President Xi Jinping, and special booklets and commemoration envelopes in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the China-Zimbabwea official ties, which were all warmly received by the guests.Daily News covered this event.

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