New China envoy to PH vows tighter ManilaBeijing ties

MANILA Chinese Ambassadordesignate to the Philippines Huang Xilian has arrived in Manila on Tuesday, replacing longtime Chinese envoy in the country Zhao Jianhua who ended his fiveyear tour of duty.

As the new Chinese representative in Manila, Huang vowed to lead initiatives and programs that would effectively implement the recent agreements and consensus between President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

"I'm designated by the president as the ambassador to promote friendship and to deepen our pragmatic cooperation," he told reporters who covered his arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

He said the Philippines and China have reached a "level of agreement of consensus".

"For me, the most important task is to implement those agreements and turn them into tangible benefits to our people," he said.

In his speech, Huang made it apparent that his focus would also gear towards promoting the Chinaled Belt and Road in the country.

"China stands as the Philippines' top trading partner, the largest source of import, the thirdlargest export market and the secondlargest tourist origin. The growth of ChinaPhilippines relations, embodying common wishes of our peoples, has been generating more and more tangible benefits for the people and brought about a closer ChinaPhilippines community of shared future," he said.

He said "the best is yet to come" as 2020 is the conclusive year for China to complete building a "moderately prosperous society in all respects and achieve its first centenary goal", which coincides with the 45th anniversary of the establishment of ChinaPhilippines diplomatic relations.

"I feel extremely honored to serve as the Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines at such an important historical juncture, and will work wholeheartedly to promote ChinaPhilippines friendship and cooperation, living up to the significant mission entrusted upon me," he said.

Huang has long been working on Asian affairs in most of his diplomatic career and had previously visited the Philippines which he described as a paradise on the earth.

Before he became China's Ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, his most recent posting, Huang served as deputy directorgeneral of China Ministry of Foreign AffairsDepartment of Asian Affairs. (PNA)

Source: Philippines News Agency

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New China envoy to PH vows tighter ManilaBeijing ties

MANILA Chinese Ambassadordesignate to the Philippines Huang Xilian has arrived in Manila on Tuesday, replacing longtime Chinese envoy in the country Zhao Jianhua who ended his fiveyear tour of duty.

As the new Chinese representative in Manila, Huang vowed to lead initiatives and programs that would effectively implement the recent agreements and consensus between President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

"I'm designated by the president as the ambassador to promote friendship and to deepen our pragmatic cooperation," he told reporters who covered his arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

He said the Philippines and China have reached a "level of agreement of consensus".

"For me, the most important task is to implement those agreements and turn them into tangible benefits to our people," he said.

In his speech, Huang made it apparent that his focus would also gear towards promoting the Chinaled Belt and Road in the country.

"China stands as the Philippines' top trading partner, the largest source of import, the thirdlargest export market and the secondlargest tourist origin. The growth of ChinaPhilippines relations, embodying common wishes of our peoples, has been generating more and more tangible benefits for the people and brought about a closer ChinaPhilippines community of shared future," he said.

He said "the best is yet to come" as 2020 is the conclusive year for China to complete building a "moderately prosperous society in all respects and achieve its first centenary goal", which coincides with the 45th anniversary of the establishment of ChinaPhilippines diplomatic relations.

"I feel extremely honored to serve as the Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines at such an important historical juncture, and will work wholeheartedly to promote ChinaPhilippines friendship and cooperation, living up to the significant mission entrusted upon me," he said.

Huang has long been working on Asian affairs in most of his diplomatic career and had previously visited the Philippines which he described as a paradise on the earth.

Before he became China's Ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, his most recent posting, Huang served as deputy directorgeneral of China Ministry of Foreign AffairsDepartment of Asian Affairs. (PNA)

Source: Philippines News Agency

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