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Ambassador Gao Yanping Presents Copy of Letter of Credence to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel
2011/09/05
 

On September 5th, H.E. Mme. Gao Yanping, the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the State of Israel, presented copy of Letter of Credence to Ms. Talya Lador-Fresher, Chief of Protocol of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel. Counselor Shi Yong, Counselor Miao Deyu from the Embassy of China and Ms. Nitza Raz-silbiger, Director of the Protocol Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, were present.

Ms. Lador-Fresher welcomed and congratulated Ambassador Gao on assuming her post. She said she was so pleased to see H.E. Mme. Gao became China's first female Ambassador to Israel. She believed Ambassador Gao would definitely enjoy warmest welcome from various circles of Israeli society, because Israeli people had a lot of interest in and respect for China. The bilateral relations were built on solid foundations, which offered bright prospects for future growth. Ms. Lador-Fresher had full confidence that Ambassador Gao would do a wonderful job during her tenure in Israel, and Israel-China relations would be further enhanced and developed in the coming years. She stressed that the Israeli side would do its best to help Ambassador Gao carry out her mission and wished her all the best in her work and life in Israel.

Ambassador Gao said the Chinese nation and the Jewish nation enjoyed a long history of friendly exchanges. Since the establishment of the diplomatic ties, the friendship and pragmatic cooperation between the two sides had expanded continuously, which was not only beneficial to the people of the two counties, but also conducive to world peace, stability and prosperity. As China's 6th Ambassador to Israel, she would make unremitting efforts to promote the mutual understanding, friendship and cooperation between the two countries and their people.

Ambassador Gao Yanping arrived in Israel on September 2nd.

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