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Chinese authorities announced their intention to strengthen coordination with developing countries

Chinese authorities announced their intention to strengthen coordination with developing countries

In the context of increasingly tangible instability in the international arena, the PRC leadership intends to strengthen coordination and strengthen strategic dialogue with developing countries to create a more just world order. This was stated on Wednesday by the head of the office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, Politburo member Yang Jiechi.

“The world is undergoing epochal changes, these huge upheavals are exacerbated by the pandemic,” Yang said after visiting Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. “In the current situation, China is ready to strengthen strategic interaction and cooperation with other developing countries <… > to form a more just and rational international political and economic world order”.

According to the Chinese diplomat, Beijing intends to protect the interests of emerging market countries and will contribute to the implementation of the UN sustainable development goals until 2030.

“During my visit, I noticed that many developing countries are concerned about increased uncertainty and instability in the international arena,” Yang added. “They are not interested in geopolitical conflicts and do not seek military confrontation, as this undermines peace and prosperity in the region.”


The Politburo member noted that the Ukrainian crisis had a negative impact on the food, energy and financial security of the entire planet.

“In the current situation, many developing countries are experiencing an increasingly urgent need for modernization, they are increasingly calling for the restoration of justice in the world. <…> Strengthening solidarity with these states is the traditional strategic basis of Chinese diplomacy,” summed up Yang Jiechi.