Moscow, 24 October 2022 (TDI): Vladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation sent a message of greetings to Xi Jinping, the President of the People’s Republic of China on 23rd October 2022.
The latter has been re-elected as General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee.
In his official greeting message, Vladimir Putin also shared his aspiration to the development of bilateral relations between both states.
He called for establishing a constructive dialogue between the stakeholders and the promotion of shared collaboration.
Message of the Russian President
In his official message, Vladimir Putin stated that the results of the elections of the 20th Congress of the CPC effusively confirmed that he vested a dignified high political authority. It also demonstrated the unity of the party under Xi Jinping’s prestigious leadership.
He further remarked that the resolutions of the congress will lead to the efficacious implementation of the grand social and economic challenges confronted by China.
He was sure that this resolution will additionally contribute to reinforcing and projecting the International reputation and image of China.
The President expressed his yearning for the establishment of constructive dialogue and close joint work between Russia and China.
He also pursued the development of collaboration, comprehensive partnership, and strategic alliance between the two states.
An Introduction to Xi Jinping
Xi Jinping, the President of China was born on 15th June 1953. He has been serving as a General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee and chairperson of the Central Military Commission since 2012.
In 2013, he was appointed the President of the People’s Republic of China for the first time. In 2018, he again remained successful in occupying the same designation for the next five years.
On 23rd October 2022, he has been re-elected third time as the leader of the Communist Party. Since 2012, Xi Jinping has been the dominant leader of China.
His consecutive tenures and success have positioned him as the most influential ruler after Mao Zedong.