Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping visited the strategically important Tibetan border town of Nyingchi, located near Arunachal Pradesh, where he observed “eternal stability” and “high-level development” in the plateau region Xi arrived in Tibet on Wednesday but due to the sensitivity of the visit, China’s official media kept it a secret till the end of his visit on Friday.
The report said that during his visit, Xi followed the guidelines of the ruling Communist Party of China to “take Tibet into a new era and write a new record of lasting stability and high-quality development in the plateau region”. Emphasis on fully implemented.
Many Chinese leaders visit Tibet from time to time, but Xi, who heads the ruling Communist Party of China and the powerful Central Military Commission (the overall high command of the Chinese military), is perhaps the first top leader to visit Tibet’s border city in recent years. are leaders.
According to the report, after visiting a city planning hall, a village and a park in Nyingchi, Xi went to Nyingchi railway station and left for Lhasa by train. During this he also inspected the railway construction. On Thursday, Xi also went on an inspection visit to Lhasa.
Meanwhile, Chinese analysts believe that Xi’s visit shows that Beijing wants to spur economic growth and bring stability in Tibet.
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