RABAT, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) -- A documentary on China's governance, entitled "China: Time of Xi," was introduced here in the capital of Morocco on Tuesday.
More than 100 representatives from the governments and media organizations of Morocco and Arab states attended the presentation, including those from Morocco Chada TV, Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram, and Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Also present were Guo Weimin, deputy head of China's State Council Information Office and Li Li, the Chinese ambassador to Morocco.
The documentary, jointly presented by China Intercontinental Communication Center and the Discovery Channel from the United States, expounds through vivid stories the practices and achievements in the governance of China under Chinese President Xi Jinping's leadership.
The documentary has been a hit both in China and abroad after being broadcast on several global media platforms.
During the presentation, Guo said that China and Morocco have had diplomatic relations for more than 60 years, and both sides have been upholding the principles of mutual respect, equal treatment, and win-win cooperation, and their bilateral relations have maintained sound development.
Guo expressed his hope that through the documentary, the stories of the Chinese leader's governance of the country, the experience of China's development and how the Chinese strive for a better life can be shared.
He said both sides should take the advantage of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative to align their development strategies and deepen cooperation in all fields so as to continuously push forward their strategic partnership.
Representatives from various sectors of Morocco spoke highly of the documentary, which will be broadcast on Morocco's mainstream platforms, such as Chada TV.