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UPDATED: October-22-2007  
Leaders of More Foreign Parties, Organizations Congratulate CPC on National Congress

 Leaders of more friendly parties, countries and organizations from around the world have congratulated the Communist Party of China (CPC) on the convening of its 17th National Congress.

These leaders, parties and organizations include:

Togba-Nah Tipoteh, president of Liberia's Movement for Justice in Africa;

Ugo Intini, Italian Deputy Foreign Minister;

Natalia Vitrenko, chairman of the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine;

Alexander Starinets, head of secretariat of the Socialist Partyof Ukraine;

Vladimir Spasov, president of the Bulgarian Communist Party;

Alexander Paunov, first secretary of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party;

Vojtech Filip, president of the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia;

Jarbas Vasconcelos, senator of the Brazilian Democratic Movement Party;

Jose Vega Antonio, secretary general of the Union for Peru party;

Nadine Heredia Alarcon, international relations secretary of the Nationalist Party of Peru;

Lourdes Flores Nano, president of the Popular Christian Party of Peru;

Enrique Estrada, international relations secretary of the Communist Party of Peru (Red Fatherland);

Ananias Maidana, president of the Paraguayan Communist Party, and Carids Luis Casabianca, the party's international relations secretary;

Pedro Fadul, president of the Dear Fatherland Party of Paraguay, and Sebastian Acha, the party's international secretary;

Raul Marin, chairman of the Socialist Communal Party of Paraguay, and Marilina Marichal, the party's international relations secretary;

Hamid Leza Talaghi, vice secretary general of the Islamic Coalition Party of Iran;

Sayeed Hosseni Anvari, chairman of the Islamic Movement Party of the People of Afghanistan;

Karim Pakradouni, president of the the Phalangist Party of Lebanon;

The Central Committee of the Palestinian People's Party;

Moon Sung-hyun, chairman of the Democratic Labor Party of the Republic of Korea;

Chavalit Yongchaiyudh, former prime minister of Thailand;

Suzuki Tsuneo, member of the Liberal Democratic Party of the Japanese Diet's House of Representatives, and Higuchi Ryoichi, secretary-general of the Japanese delegation to the Japan-China Symposium on Asian Situation and Peace;

Takeshi Noda, president of the Japan-China Society, and Shiranishi Shinichiro, the society's secretary general;

Nagao Mitsuyki, president of the Japan-China Friendship Association;

Sen Nakata, chief director of The World, a public organization of Japan's New Komeito Party;

Kumizaka Shigeyuki, executive chairman of the Central Committeeof the Head Office of Japan's Buraku Liberation League;

Utsunomiya Kyozo, director-general of Japan's Utsunomiya TokumaOffice;

Lee Sei-kee, president of the Korea-China Friendship Association of the Republic of Korea;

Vijay Jolly, president of Delhi Study Group and All India BJP Jt. Convenor Foreign Cell;

Kalev Kallo, chairman of the Estonian-China (Friendship) Group;

Miloslav Ransdorf, president of the Czech-China Association and deputy chairman of GUE/NGL (European United Left Group/Nordic Green Left in the European Parliament);

Banthoon Lamsam, chief executive officer of Thailand's Kasikornbank;

Khaled Haddad, general secretary of the Lebanese Communist Party.

(Xinhua News Agency October 21, 2007)

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