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 French Delegation in China

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French Delegation in China

Source: Peking Review, No. 4, January 28, 1972
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org

 The Official Delegation of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the National Assembly of France led by Jean de Broglie, Chairman of the Commission, arrived in Peking on January 19 for a friendly visit to China at the invitation of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.
 On January 22, Premier Chou En-lai, President of the Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs Chang Hsi-jo, Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Chiao Kuan-hua and Minister of Foreign Trade Pai Hsiang-kuo met and bad a friendly conversation with the delegation. French Ambassador to China Etienne Manac'h gave a banquet in honour of the delegation's visit to China.
 On January 20, Kuo Mo-jo, Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, gave a banquet to welcome the delegation. In his speech at the banquet, he pointed out: Thanks to the concerted efforts by China and France, the good relations between the two countries have been growing day by day, their relations in the economic, trade, scientific, cultural and other fields have been continuously expanding, the exchange of visits has been increasing and the ties between the national assemblies of the two countries have been growing.
 He said: "The people of both China and France have a revolutionary tradition. Though they have different social systems, our two countries cherish independence and oppose control and interference by superpowers. We are glad to see the victories the French people have won in their struggle against control by the superpowers and wish them new victories."
 Speaking on behalf of the visitors, Chairman Jean do Broglic dwell on the sympathetic sentiments the French people have for the Chinese people. He said: "And today, furthermore, the convergence of political attitudes have enlarged the field of our relations. Whether the question is the tests the peoples of Indochina are being subjected to, with regard to which General de Gaulle made a speech in Phnom Penh that defined and still defines our policy, or our role in the United Nations where we have never ceased to struggle to remove the obstacles placed by the United States against the presence of the People's Republic of China in the Assembly, or the principles guiding our action, the struggle against hegemony, as well as the right of the peoples to self-determination, in these domains our two countries find new and abundant occasions to work for peace and progress of humanity."
 He expressed his hope that the delegation's present visit would contribute to developing, expanding and strengthening friendly exchanges between the two countries.
 On January 23, the delegation left Peking to visit other parts of China.
  
  
  

 
 
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