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China’s Foreign Minister unveils Global Diplomatic Vision


Beijing, 8 March 2024 (TDI): In Beijing, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, also a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, delivered a speech on China’s Global Diplomatic Vision.

He addressed questions from both Chinese and foreign media regarding China’s foreign policy and external relations on Thursday.

The second session of the 14th National People’s Congress hosted the press conference at the Press Conference Hall of the Media Center in Beijing.

“In this changing and turbulent international environment,” China’s Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, reiterated, “China’s commitment to being a staunch force for peace, stability, and progress in the world,” Wang stated before entertaining questions.

Wang Yi emphasized that the year 2023 witnessed pioneering efforts and significant harvests in China’s diplomacy.

He highlighted China’s role in promoting international solidarity, and cooperation. Additionally, China also offers solutions to crises and challenges.

Wang Yi underscored the importance of China’s relationship with Russia. Moreover, He emphasized a new paradigm of major-country relations.

This was based on non-alliance, non-confrontation, and comprehensive strategic coordination.

International Relations

Regarding China-US relations, Wang Yi emphasized the necessity of peaceful coexistence. He urged the United States to take an objective and rational view of China’s development.

On the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Wang called for immediate action from the international community.

He placed emphasis on prioritizing a ceasefire and supporting Palestine’s full membership in the United Nations.

Wang Yi also addressed China-Europe cooperation, Taiwan’s reunification with the mainland, and the Ukraine crisis, expressing China’s stance on each issue.

With his comprehensive insights and strategic outlook, China’s Foreign Minister reaffirmed China’s commitment to global diplomatic vision and fostering positive international relations.

Furthermore, he announced China’s visa-free policy for Switzerland, Ireland, Hungary, Austria, Belgium and Luxembourg on a trial basis from March 14.

“We hope more countries will also offer Chinese citizens visa facilitation and work with us to build fast-track networks for cross-border travels and encourage speedy resumption of international passenger flights,” Wang added.

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