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Xi Jinping and Italian President Sergio Mattarella Send Letters of Congratulations to the Opening Ceremony of "Tota Italia - Origins of A Nation - IV Century B.C.E. - I Century C.E." Respectively

2022-07-10 23:48

On July 10, 2022, President Xi Jinping and Italian President Sergio Mattarella sent congratulatory letters to the opening ceremony of "Tota Italia - Origins of A Nation - IV Century B.C.E. - I Century C.E." respectively.

Xi Jinping pointed out, China and Italy are outstanding representatives of Eastern and Western civilizations. This exhibition will show the rich Italian culture with a variety of precious antiques. He hopes that this will be an opportunity for the China-Italy Year of Culture and Tourism to promote exchanges and mutual learning between the two civilizations, strengthen bonds between people from the two countries, and inject new vitality into bilateral ties.

Xi Jinping stressed, mutual respect, solidarity, and harmonious coexistence are the right path for the development of human civilization. China is willing to work with the international community to promote equality, mutual learning, dialogue, and inclusiveness between civilizations, to replace estrangement with exchange, clashes with mutual learning, superiority with coexistence, and to build a community with a shared future for mankind.

Mattarella said in his congratulatory letter that cultural cooperation is an important part of Italy-China friendship. Against the background of the COVID-19 pandemic, Italy is holding an exhibition of ancient Roman civilization, and a series of Italy-China Year of Culture and Tourism activities in China, which fully prove the depth of bilateral relations. At present, the international community is facing many challenges, and only unity and cooperation can lead to fair and lasting solutions. He believes that Italy and China will continue to deepen bilateral relations and jointly safeguard world peace and stability.

The "Tota Italia - Origins of A Nation - IV Century B.C.E. - I Century C.E." opened in Beijing on that day.

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