As China celebrates the Year of the Rabbit, world leaders and authorities extend their best wishes.
World leaders extend their best wishes as China celebrates a New Year
The dates of January 22, 2023, through February 9, 2024, are considered the Chinese Zodiac's Year of the Rabbit.
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa wished the Chinese people a healthy, happy, and prosperous Year of the Rabbit.
In a recorded video, he wished you a happy Chinese New Year and the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit, which stands for longevity, peace, and prosperity. In addition, he sent warm congratulations on behalf of the government and the people of Zimbabwe.
The new season, according to Mnangagwa, presents chances to strengthen Zimbabwe and China's deep affinity and support. Likewise, the Chinese and the Cambodians of Chinese heritage were wished a happy and healthy New Year and success in all their activities by Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen.
"I want to congratulate and celebrate the impending Rabbit Year, Chinese New Year, with all Chinese people and Cambodians of Chinese descent. These people have lived together through thick and thin since ancient times." He added.
Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha also spoke at the Ratchaburi Province festival, wishing everyone happiness and good fortune.
Anwar Ibrahim, the prime minister of Malaysia, sent a message of peace to the nation's Chinese population before the Chinese New Year festivities.
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