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Wang Yi: China, Russia and India Should Bring More Certainties and Positive Energy to the World
2017/12/12

On December 11, 2017 local time, after attending the Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of China, Russia and India in New Delhi, Foreign Minister Wang Yi told the press that at the moment, the world is confronted with great development, major transformation and major adjustment with instabilities and uncertainties growing significantly. China, Russia and India, as three major countries with influence on the world and major emerging market economies, have realized the international responsibility that each has to assume and are willing to play active roles in stabilizing international situation by strengthening strategic communication and coordination in a bid to bring more certainties and positive energy to the world.

Wang Yi said that at this meeting of Foreign Ministers of the three countries, I introduced the great significance of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China to China and the world at large, particularly the guidelines and policies that China's diplomacy is to advance in the new era, stressing that China will realize national rejuvenation by peaceful development and blaze a trail to a great nation which is different from that of traditional powers. China is ready to conform to the progressive trend of the times and the aspiration of the international community and makes joint efforts with various countries to jointly push forward the building of a new type of international relations featuring mutual respect, fairness and justice and win-win cooperation as well as the building of a clean and beautiful community with a shared future for mankind that enjoys lasting peace, universal security, common prosperity, and openness and inclusiveness. This is very similar to the concept of both India and Russia, and India and Russia spoke positively about it.

Wang Yi noted that the three countries are at the critical historical period of revitalization and development and share many similarities in respective domestic and external policies. It is necessary for the three countries to learn from each other, develop together and make progress together. The three sides agreed to strengthen bilateral relations between every two countries and expand trilateral cooperation, so as to make due contributions to regional and world peace and prosperity while realizing their own development.

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