China’s permanent mission to UN holds online reception to mark 73rd founding anniversary of the PRC

China's permanent mission to un holds online reception to mark 73rd founding anniversary of the prc

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China’s permanent mission to the United Nations (UN) held an online reception for the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Permanent representative of China to the UN Zhang Jun, deputy Permanent Representatives of China to the UN Dai Bing and Geng Shuang expressed their gratitude to all the international friends who have shown support for China’s development. Guests including permanent representatives of various countries to the UN and senior officials of the UN Secretariat made congratulatory remarks.

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