Big events in the Sino-French relations

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Jan 27, 1964, France recognized the People's Republic of China. China and France issued a joint communiqué which read: “French government and PRC government decided to establish diplomatic relations between the two countries and agreed to appoint ambassadors within three months.” These words caused a chain reaction in the international arena. Since then, Western countries followed France and stopped isolating China to establish diplomatic relations with China.
Big events in the Sino-French relations

Huang Zhen, China's first ambassador in France, presented his credentials to French President Charles de Gaulle on June 6, 1964.

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