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Xi pledges support for UN, multilateralism

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Chinese President, Xi Jinping, to attend a commemorative meeting marking the 50th anniversary of the restoration of People’s Republic of China’s lawful seat in the United Nations on Oct.25.

Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Hua Chunying, said on Friday that the president would deliver an important speech at the event.

“Over the past 50 years, China has greatly enhanced its cooperation with the United Nations and made notable achievements.

“On various occasions, President Xi has reiterated China’s support for the UN-centered international system and pledged greater contributions to advancing the noble cause of the United Nations.

Hua said the president made the remark at the opening ceremony of the Second United Nations Global Sustainable Transport Conference, and that China would continue to hold high the banner of true multilateralism.

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He said it would stay connected with the world, abreast with the times and contribute more to global development while pursuing its own development.

“China will not change course in its pursuit of a new system of open economy of higher standards and will not waver in its resolve to promote trade and investment liberalisation and facilitation.

“China’s door of opening-up will only open wider, and will never be closed,” he added.

Xi called on the international community to enhance cooperation, build consensus and pool strength to build a community of all life on earth.

“We will continue to contribute to global development, we are ready to share our development experience and opportunities with other countries.

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“We will continue to stand together with other developing countries, we firmly support greater representation and say of developing countries, especially African countries, in the international governance system.

“China’s vote in the United Nations will always belong to the developing countries,” he said.


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