希尼爾翻譯公司（www.eacrwc.tw）2016年1月23日了解到：CAIRO, Jan. 20 -- Chinese
President Xi Jinping on Wednesday hailed the historic friendship and
fruitful cooperation between China and Egypt and called for greater
concerted efforts to promote bilateral ties.
In his dedication to a special issue of the China Today
magazine’s Arabic edition, Xi noted that over the past 60 years China
and Egypt have maintained sound and steady development of bilateral
relations and "set a model for China-Arab and China-Africa relations as
well as for South-South cooperation."
Since ancient times, the people of China and Egypt, both among
the world’s oldest civilizations, have carried out friendly exchanges
and promoted mutual understanding through the land and maritime Silk
Roads, Xi noted, recalling that Egypt was the first Arab and African
nation to establish diplomatic ties with the People’s Republic of China.
Noting that the two sides agreed in 2014 to build a comprehensive
strategic partnership, Xi emphasized that China always treats and
promotes its relationship with Egypt from a strategic and long-term
"We are ready to work with the Egyptian side to carry forward our
traditional friendship, learn from each other, and deepen our practical
cooperation in various fields under the Belt and Road Initiative, so as
to let our people share development benefits and enjoy a better life,"
The special issue was dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the
establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Egypt, and
released in Cairo on Wednesday before Xi arrives for a state visit to
the Arab country.
Xi’s Egyptian counterpart, President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, also
offered a dedication to the magazine, in which he extended his warm
welcome for Xi’s visit.
"Egypt treasures its close ties with China," he wrote in the
message, expressing the hope that bilateral relations will enjoy
continuous and sound development in various fields.
Cairo will actively respond to Xi’s call for reviving the Silk
Roads, and welcomes more Chinese investment in its building of a “new
Egypt," added the president.