Chinese President Xi underscores ethnic unity

Xi Jinping inspects Northwest China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region on June 19, 2024. - Photo: Xinhua/ANN

YINCHUAN (China): Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, highlighted ethnic unity during his inspection of Northwest China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region on Wednesday (June 19).

Visiting a multi-ethnic residential community in the region's capital city Yinchuan, Xi was pleased to see the residents living harmoniously and happily together.

"Ethnic unity is very important," Xi said. "The 56 ethnic groups unite together to forge the community of the Chinese nation. The Chinese nation is a big family."

Xi also called for concerted efforts to advance Chinese modernisation and realise national rejuvenation and for high-quality community services for residents.

At the service centre of a residential community in Jinfeng district in the regional capital of Yinchuan, Xi learned about how community services had been provided to facilitate people's daily life and cultural activities.

He also talked with community workers and residents.

Underscoring the key role of communities in serving residents, Xi stressed strengthening primary-level Party organisations and maintaining a stable team of warm-hearted community workers.

He said communities should continue to sum up experience and explore new methods to render better services to residents. - Xinhua/ANN

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