“China will never seek territorial expansion,” says Xi Jinping

September 28, 2015

In one of the most anticipated speeches of this United Nations General Assembly, the President of China, Xi Jinping, who participated for the first time in the annual debate, appealed to dialogue and the formation of new international relations where countries treat each other as equal.

“The law of the jungle leaves the weak at the mercy of the strong. That is not the way for countries to establish their relationships. Those who resort to force will find that they are only lifting a rock that will fall on its own feet. We must abandon the Cold War mentality and foster a new vision of sustainable security, ”he said.

Xi Jinping reaffirmed his commitment to peace, assuring that the dreams of the Chinese people are the same as those of the rest of the world and that the realization of that dream will bring more opportunities and contribute to peace.

“Regardless of how the international landscape evolves and how strong China becomes, it will never seek territorial expansion or increase its influence,” he said.

The president of the Asian giant announced that he will donate 1,000 million dollars to the working fund for peace and development administered by the UN. In addition, China will establish a permanent police squad for emergency situations consisting of 8,000 soldiers. It will also provide $ 100 million in military assistance for the next five years to peacekeepers in Africa.

Despite leading the most polluting country in the world, the president stressed the need for industries to reduce their carbon emissions because a healthy environment is vital for the future. “China will assume its responsibility in reducing emissions,” he promised, before asking developed countries to help developing countries protect the environment.

In the economic sphere, the Chinese head of state stressed the importance of improving efficiency and justice, since development only makes sense if it is inclusive and sustainable. “That requires openness and cooperation that benefits everyone.”

September 28, 2015

In one of the most anticipated speeches of this United Nations General Assembly, the President of China, Xi Jinping, who participated for the first time in the annual debate, appealed to dialogue and the formation of new international relations where countries treat each other as equal.

“The law of the jungle leaves the weak at the mercy of the strong. That is not the way for countries to establish their relationships. Those who resort to force will find that they are only lifting a rock that will fall on its own feet. We must abandon the Cold War mentality and foster a new vision of sustainable security, ”he said.

Xi Jinping reaffirmed his commitment to peace, assuring that the dreams of the Chinese people are the same as those of the rest of the world and that the realization of that dream will bring more opportunities and contribute to peace.

“Regardless of how the international landscape evolves and how strong China becomes, it will never seek territorial expansion or increase its influence,” he said.

The president of the Asian giant announced that he will donate 1,000 million dollars to the working fund for peace and development administered by the UN. In addition, China will establish a permanent police squad for emergency situations consisting of 8,000 soldiers. It will also provide $ 100 million in military assistance for the next five years to peacekeepers in Africa.

Despite leading the most polluting country in the world, the president stressed the need for industries to reduce their carbon emissions because a healthy environment is vital for the future. “China will assume its responsibility in reducing emissions,” he promised, before asking developed countries to help developing countries protect the environment.

In the economic sphere, the Chinese head of state stressed the importance of improving efficiency and justice, since development only makes sense if it is inclusive and sustainable. “That requires openness and cooperation that benefits everyone.”