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  Xi lays focus on building a better world
   
 
BEIJING, July 9 (INP): Chinese President Xi Jinping’s weeklong visit to Hamburg, Germany helped to expand consensus of G-20 countries' leaders to build a better World. For the past week, whether at Moscow and Berlin for state visits, or in Hamburg for the G20 gathering, Chinese President Xi Jinping has demonstrated China's readiness to join the rest of the world in building a better world for everyone, reports Chinese state news agency, XInhua quoting diplomatic circles. In Moscow, Xi described China's relationship with Russia now as "the best ever in history." He also agreed with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to continue deepening the two countries' comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination. The two presidents also decided to further align the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative with the Eurasian Economic Union, and build bilateral ties into a ballast stone for world peace and stability. While visiting Germany, Xi told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the development of China-Germany ties over the decades is a "story of success" that has delivered real benefits to the two peoples. Xi and Merkel agreed to step up bilateral cooperation within the Belt and Road Initiative framework, and ensure a steady development of the comprehensive strategic partnership the two sides forged in 2014 when Xi visited the European country for the first time as China's president. To encourage more robust people-to-people exchanges between the Chinese and the Germans, the two leaders also inaugurated a newly furbished panda garden in the Berlin Zoo, and watched a soccer match between Chinese and German youth teams. Despite his tight schedule, Xi, on the sidelines of the G20 summit, met the leaders of six other countries. He made good use of his time to expound China's positions on key and sensitive matters of common concern, promote cooperation and build broader consensuses on major regional and global affairs. While meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday, Xi said stronger bilateral ties are good for stability in a complex world. In Hamburg, the two leaders discussed trade and military cooperation. According to Xi, China's navy will join the U.S.-led Pacific Rim military exercises next year. In his meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Xi urged Seoul to listen to China's major concerns and clear the hurdles in bilateral ties, referring to the former South Korean government's decision to let THAAD in. He also said that he supports the new South Korean government's efforts to restart dialogue and contacts with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. While speaking at this year's G20 summit, the Chinese leader called on other member economies to further implement the agreements reached in Hangzhou last year. He noted that further action is needed as "the global economy is still plagued by deep-seated problems and faces many uncertainties and destabilizing factors." On boosting inclusiveness, the Chinese leader said the G20 members need to promote synergy between economic and social policies, address the mismatch between industrial upgrading and knowledge and skills, and ensure more equitable income distribution. INP/J/AH For the past week, whether at Moscow and Berlin for state visits, or in Hamburg for the G20 gathering, Chinese President Xi Jinping has demonstrated China's readiness to join the rest of the world in building a better world for everyone, reports Chinese state news agency, XInhua quoting diplomatic circles. In Moscow, Xi described China's relationship with Russia now as "the best ever in history." He also agreed with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to continue deepening the two countries' comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination. The two presidents also decided to further align the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative with the Eurasian Economic Union, and build bilateral ties into a ballast stone for world peace and stability. While visiting Germany, Xi told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the development of China-Germany ties over the decades is a "story of success" that has delivered real benefits to the two peoples. Xi and Merkel agreed to step up bilateral cooperation within the Belt and Road Initiative framework, and ensure a steady development of the comprehensive strategic partnership the two sides forged in 2014 when Xi visited the European country for the first time as China's president. To encourage more robust people-to-people exchanges between the Chinese and the Germans, the two leaders also inaugurated a newly furbished panda garden in the Berlin Zoo, and watched a soccer match between Chinese and German youth teams. Despite his tight schedule, Xi, on the sidelines of the G20 summit, met the leaders of six other countries. He made good use of his time to expound China's positions on key and sensitive matters of common concern, promote cooperation and build broader consensuses on major regional and global affairs. While meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday, Xi said stronger bilateral ties are good for stability in a complex world. In Hamburg, the two leaders discussed trade and military cooperation. According to Xi, China's navy will join the U.S.-led Pacific Rim military exercises next year. In his meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Xi urged Seoul to listen to China's major concerns and clear the hurdles in bilateral ties, referring to the former South Korean government's decision to let THAAD in. He also said that he supports the new South Korean government's efforts to restart dialogue and contacts with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. While speaking at this year's G20 summit, the Chinese leader called on other member economies to further implement the agreements reached in Hangzhou last year. He noted that further action is needed as "the global economy is still plagued by deep-seated problems and faces many uncertainties and destabilizing factors." On boosting inclusiveness, the Chinese leader said the G20 members need to promote synergy between economic and social policies, address the mismatch between industrial upgrading and knowledge and skills, and ensure more equitable income distribution. INP/J/AH
 
 
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