China launches diplomacy of shared destiny: Wang Yi

BEIJING, Jan 4 (INP): China has launched diplomacy of shared destiny in its relations with other countries, while strictly adhering to Chinese characteristics.

President Xi Jinping’s Thoughts on diplomacy is a complete theoretical system that is being followed in pursing the country’s foreign policy.

This was stated by the Foreign Minister Wang Yi in an interview with People’s Daily Online.

The building of a community with a shared future for humankind is the core and essence of Xi Jinping’s diplomatic thinking, Wang Yi added.
China carries what Chinese people have always believed in that the world is a common wealth, and conforms to the progress of human society, becoming a symbol of China’s diplomacy in the new era.

Going beyond the differences among social systems and developmental phases, and viewing international relations from the overall interests of the people, the theory showcases global vision and serves as a lofty goal that Chinese diplomacy in the new era pursues.

This concept, proposed by general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China Xi Jinping, has been incorporated into the documents of prominent international and regional organizations including the UN, receiving broad recognition from countries all over the world.
It will have a profound impact on the future direction of international relations as well as the future of humankind, he added.

About China’s reforms and Opening-up, Wang Yi said forty years ago, reform and opening-up changed China fundamentally, opening a door for the country’s communication with the rest of the world.

China’s reform and opening-up has witnessed the most remarkable achievements during the six years since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.

The CPC Central Committee, with Comrade Xi as its core, has launched a series of important measures, making a number of historical achievements.

Wang Yi added, he believe that following China’s continuing reform and opening-up, the country will surely inject even greater vitality into the world over the next 40 years, bringing endurable peace, as well as providing the world with more positivity.