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Congratulatory Message from Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to Taoiseach Enda Kenny
(2016-05-14)

H.E. Mr. Enda Kenny

Taoiseach of Ireland

Dublin

Friday, 6th May 2016

Dear Mr. Taoiseach,

On the occasion of your re-election and re-appointment as Taoiseach of Ireland, I would like to extend to you, on behalf of the Chinese Government and in my own name, my sincerest congratulations and best wishes.

At present, the China-Ireland Strategic Partnership for Mutually Beneficial Cooperation has maintained a positive development momentum, with frequent high-level exchanges between our countries and fruitful cooperation in various sectors.

In May 2015, on my successful transit visit to Ireland, I was warmly and thoughtfully received by your good self and your esteemed Government.

I have been deeply impressed by the great importance you attach to the development of Ireland's relations with China.

The Chinese Government is ready to work closely with the new Irish Government under your leadership to further enhance political mutual trust, further expand mutually beneficial cooperation, and enable the China-Ireland partnership to continuously produce new progress and new results.

Please accept assurances of my highest consideration.

Li Keqiang

Premier of the State Council

People's Republic of China

Beijing

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