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China: Chinese president mourns “world-renowned statesman” Mandela

6th Dec 2013

BEIJING, (Xinhua): Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday expressed deep grief over the passing of former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday at the age of 95.

In a message of condolences to his South African counterpart, Jacob Zuma, Xi also extended his sincere sympathies and those of the Chinese government and people to Mandela’s family.

Lauding Mandela as “a world-renowned statesman,” Xi noted that Mandela led the South African people through arduous struggles to the anti-apartheid victory, making a historic contribution to the establishment and development of the new South Africa.

Mandela, who visited China twice, was also one of the founders of the China-South Africa relations, and an active champion of bilateral friendship and cooperation, said the Chinese president.

The Chinese people, Xi said, will always remember Mandela’s extraordinary contributions to the development of the China-South Africa ties and the cause of human progress.

Meanwhile, the president stressed that he will continue to work with Zuma to further consolidate and develop the China-South Africa comprehensive strategic partnership, so as to carry forward the bilateral friendship.

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