Leaders of many countries and international organizations continued to express their deep condolences via the phone, letters and other means to Chinese President Xi Jinping over the passing of former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin.
Jiang was not only an internationally renowned Chinese leader, but also deeply respected by the Thai people, said Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua.
The King said Jiang's state visit to Thailand in 1999 had substantially advanced the development of bilateral relations.
Jiang had made remarkable contributions to promoting China's development and improving China's international status, said Morocco's King Mohammed VI.
Namibian President Hage Geingob said he appreciated Jiang's indelible contributions to Namibia's aspirations for independence and socio-economic development.
Jiang's passing is a loss for the Chinese people and the Communist Party of China, as well as Namibia, Geingob said.
The relationship between China and Brazil was elevated to a strategic partnership when Jiang was Chinese president and Brazil became the first developing country to establish a strategic partnership with China, said Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. He extended his sincerest sympathy to the Chinese government and people.
Those expressing condolences over Jiang's passing to the bereaved family, the Chinese government and the Chinese people also include:
President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan,
Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani,
Sultan of Oman Haitham bin Tarik,
King of Bahrain Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa,
President of the Presidential Leadership Council of Yemen Rashad Mohammed Al-Alimi,
Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera,
President of Guinea Mamady Doumbouya,
Kiribati President Taneti Maamau,
UAE Vice President and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum,
Qatari Deputy Emir Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad Al Thani,
Qatari Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani,
Lao Prime Minister Phankham Viphavanh,
Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth.