Xi in my eyes: A broad-minded leader

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In the eyes of Phinij Jarusombat, former Thai deputy prime minister, Chinese President Xi Jinping is a broad-minded leader with poise, unswerving determination and creativity. Most of all, he “has a pure heart.”

Phinij spoke highly of China’s opening-up and the Belt and Road Initiative. “As the country entered into a new era, President Xi Jinping is leading the Chinese people to prosperity,” he said.

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