Foreign Ambassadors extend Chinese New Year greetings

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The Ambassadors of Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to China have sent their New Year greetings as the Chinese people celebrate the Year of the Tiger, which will officially be rung in on Tuesday. Secretary-General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Zhang Ming also sent his greetings.

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