China is quick to help Syria, speed up the recreation

Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang said his administration is quick to help Syria in battling the Covid pandemic, working on the occupation of its kin, and speeding up reproduction.

In a letter shipped off the Syrian Prime Minister Hussein Arnous, Keqiang said the Chinese government “connects extraordinary significance” to creating relations with Syria, adding that the two nations “have generally amicable relations and have since a long time ago traded understanding and common help on issues identified with center interests and significant worries of the two nations”.

The Syrian executive said the Chinese chief has communicated his country’s status to “put forth joint attempts with the Syrian government to solidify the conventional fellowship between the two nations and continually push forward agreeable relations, wishing Syria and its kin security and flourishing.”




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