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Chinese President sends congratulatory letter to 6th China-Africa People’s Forum


Beijing, 15 November 2021 (TDI): Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to the 6th China-Africa People’s Forum (CAPF).

The Sixth China-Africa People’s Forum commenced today, on 15 November 2021. The Forum began in Beijing. The CAPF started in Beijing under the theme of “pooling strength from the people for stronger China-Africa friendship and mutual trust.” The Forum aims to strengthen the people-to-people cooperation between the two sides. It also promotes bilateral exchanges between the two partners.

The Chinese President stated that the bilateral relations of the two sides also depend upon the friendship between the people. He emphasized that the Forum will play the role of bridge in bringing people of the two sides together. It will also strengthen the mutual understanding between the people of the two sides.

Xi highlighted that the Forum will strengthen the cooperation between China and Africa. It will also promote prosperity and development. It will also help to build the community based on shared interests and values.

The Chinese President noted that the world is an era of great change. Therefore, China and Africa should look for new channels for enhancing cooperation. The two sides should cooperate in order to deal with the challenges of peace, development, equity, justice, democracy, and freedom.

China aims to build a shared future of mankind by creating a global community. It aims to build a global community based on the global values of humanity. The China-Africa People’s Forum will help to promote common human values. This will help to create a world of peace and prosperity.

The China-Africa People’s Forum aims to strengthen people-to-people contacts between the two sides. It works under the framework of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC). China aims to strengthen its cooperation with the African nations.

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