After Sri Lanka, Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated Draupadi Murmu, Here’s what he said
After Wickremsinghe, Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated the newly elected Indian President, Draupadi Murmu.
Draupadi Murmu was today sworn in as the 15th President of the country. CJI NV Raman administered the oath to him in the Central Hall of Parliament on Monday morning. After becoming the President, big leaders of the country and the world are congratulating him. While Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe congratulated the new national hero, Chinese President Xi Jinping also appeared in this competition. He has also congratulated and congratulated the new President of India.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has congratulated his Indian counterpart Draupadi Murmu through a letter on assuming office. In this, he said that he is ready to work together with them towards enhancing mutual political trust between the two countries and resolving differences. In his congratulatory message, Jinping said that China and India are each other's important neighbors. The two countries will work together to resolve differences and work towards development.
Xi Jinping said that strong China-India relations are conducive and necessary for the fundamental interests of the citizens of the two countries, as well as for peace, stability and development in the region and around the world. According to the report of China's official news agency Xinhua, President Xi Jinping said that he attaches great importance to China-India relations and he wants to strengthen bilateral ties in addition to enhancing mutual political trust and resolving differences between the two countries. The President is ready to work closely with Draupadi Murmu towards this.