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Ambassador Zheng Zeguang on the Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Communist Party of China Central Committee (part 3): Messages from the Plenum Are Good News to the World and Conducive to the Cooperation between China and Other Countries, Including the UK
2021-12-01 01:40

On November 23, Ambassador Zheng Zeguang pointed out during the online Symposium on the Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Communist Party of China Central Committee that the endeavours of the CPC over the past century bear far-reaching significance for not only the development of the Chinese people, the nation and the Party, but also the historical process of the world. First, such endeavours strengthened the force for world peace and development. Second, they provided new experience in political party governance. Third, they provided new wisdom in the governance of a country. Fourth, they contributed ideas to global governance.

Ambassador Zheng emphasized that the Plenum clearly points out that China champions opening up over isolation, pursues mutual benefit instead of zero-sum games, and stands up for fairness and justice. China will always take the right side of history and stand on the side of human progress. China will always be a defender of world peace, a contributor to global development and an upholder of international order. All these are good news to the world and conducive to the cooperation between China and other countries, including the UK.

Ambassador Zheng noted that at present, the world is not yet free from the pandemic and countries should respond to the challenges through cooperation. We need solidarity, not division. We should work for win-win, not play zero-sum games. We should seek development through cooperation. And we must manage differences through dialogue. Both China and the UK should implement this understanding earnestly by stepping up engagement and communication, building mutual understanding and trust, removing disruptions and expanding exchanges and cooperation. This will enable China-UK relations to make sound and steady progress. There is so much the two sides can do to bring real benefit to the peoples of the two countries and to contribute to world peace and development.


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