Ali Bongo Ondimba, the president of Gabon, met with Qin Gang, the foreign minister of China, on Thursday in Libreville, the nation’s capital.
Qin sent the president of Gabon the heartfelt congratulations of Chinese President Xi Jinping, adding that the China-Gabon relations, which were created in tandem by the leaders of the two countries’ older generations, have weathered the test of time and remained steadfast.
Qin emphasised that China and Gabon stand firmly in support of one another on matters pertaining to their respective core interests and main concerns, uphold the fundamental principles guiding international relations, and uphold fairness and justice on a global scale.
According to Qin, the Chinese side is prepared to cooperate with Gabon to put into practice the significant consensus reached by the two presidents of state, strengthen shared strategic trust, expand practical collaboration, and raise the China-Gabon comprehensive cooperative partnership to a new level.
The importance of China’s continued support for Gabon in determining a development path appropriate to its national circumstances, enhancing the sharing of governance experience and synergizing development strategies, jointly building the Belt and Road Initiative with high quality, and assisting Gabon in moving forward with the Strategic Plan for an Emerging Gabon to realise win-win cooperation and common development goals were also stressed by Qin.
The president of Gabon urged Qin to send his warm welcomes to President Xi Jinping and expressed his gratitude to China for its unwavering support of Gabon’s socioeconomic growth.
According to the president of Gabon, the two nations’ alliance has grown stronger as they work to advance shared development and protect shared interests.
He praised China for standing up for justice in the international arena and accepting responsibility as a major country, saying that Gabon strongly agreed with China’s development philosophy and looked forward to deepening cooperation with China to create more benefits for the people of both countries.
He said Gabon has consistently been a dependable ally of China and is eager to strengthen cooperation with it in order to jointly defend the legitimate rights and interests of developing nations and strengthen Africa’s voice in international governance.
Qin also spoke with Michael Moussa-Adamo, the foreign minister of Gabon, during his visit. The two parties decided to maintain their mutual support, explore opportunities, and increase their cooperation’s high points.
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