China reaffirms its support for peaceful coexistence in the world
2021-10-25 12:10:35 / National Radio News Broadcast
Video capture of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech before the World Economic Forum.
China advocates for peaceful coexistence in the world and opposes zero-sum conflicts and all forms of domination and power politics.
President Xi Jinping made the remarks at a ceremony in Beijing on Monday to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations.
Since China regained its legal seat at the United Nations in 1971, the country has fulfilled its responsibilities as a permanent member of the Security Council, the UN. Is loyal to the objectives and principles of the charter and supports the central role of the organization. According to Xi, in international affairs.
In the global hegemonic endeavors undertaken by some countries, no civilization was considered superior or superior to others, and he insisted that international rules should be developed jointly by all 193 members of the United Nations and not by the decision of specific states or conventions. In a hidden critique of America dominating global companies.
In this regard, he demanded that all UN members follow international rules without exception, and stressed the importance of openness to conflict and isolation in today’s world and the choice of cooperation for mutual benefit rather than zero sum games.
The Chinese president reaffirmed that the Asian giant will stand firm against all forms of hegemonic and power politics and all forms of unilateralism and protectionism.
Xi called for greater global cooperation on issues such as regional conflicts, terrorism, climate change, cyber security and biosecurity, and urged all nations to promote the values of peace, development, justice, democracy and freedom as “common values”. All humanity. “
Xi first mentioned the phrase in a speech in July for the centenary of the Communist Party of China, but the head of the Asian organization today said that changing the concept of “common values of all humanity” does not mean that another organization. Or another organization for one civilization, but to share the responsibilities and rights of all nations.
Representatives of Beijing-based international organizations attended the event, which was chaired by Xi Jinping to mark China’s 50th anniversary at the United Nations, while attended by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
After the victory of the Socialist Revolution led by Mao and his Communist Party in 1949, the forces of the Nationalist Kuomintang Party took refuge on the island of Taiwan under US protection and became the sole representative of China. UN Security Council up to 1,971
However, in October of that year, General Assembly Resolution 2758 recognized the People’s Republic of China as the sole legal representative of the Asian nation.
Currently, of the 169 states that have diplomatic relations with China, more than 100 countries have established that relationship after reinstating their legal members at the United Nations, which has greatly promoted the development of relations between the Asian body and the rest of the world.