Against the backdrop of global instability, China is willing to strengthen cooperation with developing countries to build a more just world order.
This statement was made by Yang Jiechi, the chief of staff of the Foreign Affairs Office of the Communist Party of the country.
The Chinese official pointed out that the world is currently witnessing “historic changes,” and the Ukrainian crisis has affected the structure of global food, energy, and finance, and posed global development serious challenges.
Jiechi added that in the current situation, the Asian country is prepared to strengthen mutual strategic cooperation and coordination with other developing countries, and promote the implementation of the UN 2030 sustainable Development Goals,
China is also ready to resolutely safeguard the common interests of developing countries, and help form and establish a more just and rational and international political and economic order, according to the Chinese part official.
He stressed that strengthening cooperation with developing countries is the “cornerstone” of his country’s modern foreign policy.
It is noteworthy that Jiechi, from June 29 to July 4 visited Pakistan, the United Arab of Emirates, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique.