Xi Jinping to Address Event on China’s UN Seat Restoration

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The President of the People’s Republic of China, Xi Jinping.

Beijing, 23 October 2021 (TDI): Hua Chunying, spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, announced on Friday that President Xi Jinping will attend a commemorative meeting in Beijing to mark 50 years of restoration of China’s lawful seat at the United Nations. The meeting will convene on October 25 where the President will highlight the importance of China’s cooperative relations with the UN. 

According to the Spokesperson, President Xi Jinping will address the event to reiterate Beijing’s commitment towards the United Nations’ objectives through its developmental and financial contributions. Chunying stated that China aspires to work closely with other states to promote UN objectives, including promulgating world peace, development, and a shared future for mankind.

In addition, the Deputy Director of China’s Foreign Ministry Information Department, Wang Wenbin, announced during a press briefing that the  United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, and several envoys from international organizations will participate in the meeting, particularly through video link.

The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a document on Friday, introducing the country’s prominent contributions to the United Nations in various fields, besides expounding China’s proposals on important global matters. These include upholding multilateralism, cooperating with other countries to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic, and advancing development across the world.

President Xi Jinping has frequently maintained that China is making remarkable progress in biodiversity through building an ecological civilization. In this regard, he offered support to the international community on various occasions to enhance environmental cooperation at a global level. Beijing has also committed to continuing its financial support towards the UN to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. 

 

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