Comprehensive News: injecting New impetus into Sino-Greek Cooperation-- A heated discussion on President Xi Jinping's signed articles from all walks of life in Greece
Athens, 10 Nov (Xinhua) Comprehensive news: injecting new impetus into Sino-Greek cooperation-- A hot discussion on President Xi Jinping's signed article from all walks of life in Greece
Xinhua News Agency reporter Tian Dongdong Yu Shuai Shuai Li Xiaopeng
On the eve of his state visit to Greece, Chinese President Xi Jinping published a signed article entitled "Let the Wisdom of Ancient Civilization learn from the Future" in the Greek Daily newspaper on the 10th, which aroused enthusiastic repercussions in Greece.
All walks of life in Greece generally believe that as two ancient civilizations, Greece and China are the inheritors of ancient civilization, which has laid a solid foundation for the sustained and healthy development of bilateral relations. At present, Greek-Chinese relations are at the best level in history, and President Xi Jinping's state visit to Greece will inject new impetus into the development of bilateral relations and open a new chapter in Greek-Chinese cooperation.
Panos Alami, executive editor of the Greek "Free News", said that President Xi Jinping's visit to Greece and the publication of signed articles highlight the importance he attaches to bilateral cooperation and the friendship between the two peoples. The two countries have a lot in common in the fields of economy, tourism, commerce and culture. The visit will further strengthen strategic cooperation between the two countries.
Greek language and literature scholar Elene Mpelia said that President Xi Jinping stressed in his article that the great ancient civilizations are all similar. Between the lines of this signed article reflects the importance President Xi Jinping attaches to the relations between the two countries. It is believed that the long history of exchanges between the two countries will lay the foundation for bilateral cooperation in various fields in the future.
President Xi Jinping mentioned in his signed article that the great ancient civilization is even more blind date. Lev Thalis, editor-in-chief of the Greek newspaper Sunday State, said that the long-term relationship between Greece and China, which has been established with mutual respect, faces new historical opportunities. President Xi Jinping's visit is very important to Greece, and the series of agreements to be signed by the two sides not only mark the further deepening of cooperation between the two countries, but also confirm the long-term friendship between the two peoples.
President Xi Jinping mentioned in a signed article that the ancient Greeks called China the "land of silk." Pantelis Zorzakis, vice chairman of the Greek-Chinese Economic Commission and former deputy minister of e-government of Greece, expressed his belief that with the advantages of Greece's location and shipping capacity, Greece and China will step up efforts to enhance the level of cooperation in jointly building "Belt and Road Initiative" in the future.
Costa, editor-in-chief of the political edition of the Greek "behind the scenes" newspaper, has just reported that the second China International Import Expo has returned to Greece. He told reporters that Greece-China relations have a deep and stable foundation and have a strong momentum of development in the future. President Xi Jinping's article shows once again that China, as an ancient civilization, respects Greece, which also has a long history, and Chinese businessmen and investors are optimistic about a country that has gradually emerged from the "debt crisis." The two countries should continue to maintain a good momentum of cooperation based on mutual respect, which will benefit both sides.
Stella Atalamazu, head of public relations at the China-Greece Cultural Communication Company in Athens, believes that there is no doubt that both Greece and China have a long and splendid culture. President Xi Jinping's exposition of the history of exchanges between the two countries fully shows the similarities between the philosophical concepts of the two countries, and the two sides can further tap the potential of cooperation in cultural and other fields in the future.