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IN THE “INTERNATIONAL HOTEL TASHKENT” THE CHINESE EMBASSY IN UZBEKISTAN ORGANIZED A FESTIVE RECEPTION DEDICATED TO THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC.

IN THE “INTERNATIONAL HOTEL TASHKENT” THE CHINESE EMBASSY IN UZBEKISTAN ORGANIZED A FESTIVE RECEPTION DEDICATED TO THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC.

On September 30, in the hotel complex “International Hotel Tashkent” the Embassy of the people’s Republic of China in Uzbekistan organized a festive reception dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the people’s Republic of China.

The event was attended by high-ranking officials of both Uzbekistan and the people’s Republic of China, representatives of the public, foreign diplomatic corps and international organizations, employees of enterprises with Chinese capital, members of the Chinese Diaspora, Chinese teachers and students.

In addition, a photo exhibition dedicated to this event was organized in the hall “crystal Ballroom”.

“These valuable photographs embody the grandiose path of the aspirations of the Chinese people, represent the great achievements of China in the construction and development of the country, and reproduce the bright events in China’s friendly contacts with the countries of the world. I am sure that under the firm leadership of the CPC, thanks to the persistent efforts of the Chinese people and with the support of all the friends of the world striving for peace and progress, the path of socialism with Chinese specifics will certainly be wider and wider,” Ambassador of the people’s Republic of China to Uzbekistan Jiang Yan said in her speech.

According to her, under the strategic leadership of Chinese President XI Jinping and President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, a favorable trend in the development of Sino-Uzbek relations of comprehensive strategic partnership is maintained. Over the past three years, the two leaders have held many meetings and reached a number of important agreements, which served as a guide for the further development of bilateral relations.

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