Chinese Ambassador to the UK’s farewell remarks: China-UK relations will be steady and go far

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    Chinese Ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming and Madame Hu Pinghua posted a farewell address on social media as Liu completed his 11 years of service. He said it was an honor to be the longest-serving Chinese Ambassador both in the history of China-UK relations and among all Chinese ambassadors of all time. He also expressed his hope that the China-UK friendship will last forever, that bilateral cooperation will become deeper and wider, and that China-UK relations will be steady and go far.

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