China Kiribati Notes Establishing Diplomatic Relations

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Joint Communique on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations Between the People's Republic of China and Kiribati  (1980) 
Governments of People's Republic of China and Kiribati

Tarawa, June 25th, 1980


Excellency,


I have the honour to confirm to Your Excellency on behalf of the Government of the People's Republic of China the understanding reached between our two Governments that diplomatic relations shall be established between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of Kiribati and that diplomatic envoys with the rank of ambassador shall be exchanged at the earliest possible date.


Trusting that the relationship now established between the two countries will contribute to the promotion of friendship and co-operation between our two nations, I avail myself of this opportunity to extend to Your Excellency the assurance of my highest consideration.



(Mi Goujun)


Ambassador of the People's


Republic of China to Fiji


The Honourable leremia T. Tabai


President of the Republic of Kiribati


Tarawa


Tarawa, Date 25th June, 1980


Excellency,


I have the honour to confirm to Your Excellency on behalf of the Government of Kiribati the understanding reached between our two Governments that diplomatic relations shall be established between The Republic of Kiribati and The People's Republic of China and that diplomatic envoys with the rank of ambassador shall be exchanged at the earliest possible date.


Trusting that the relationship now established between the two countries will contribute to the promotion of friendship and co-operation between our two nations, I avail myself of this opportunity to extend to your Excellency the assurance of my highest consideration.


Ieremia T. Tabai, President of the Republic of Kiribati


Mr.Mi Guojun, Ambassador of the people's Republic of China to Fiji, Suva



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