China stands with developing countries says Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning

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Mao Ning

China has been taking many efforts to reach out to Global South nations which was reiterated by Chinese president Xi Jinping on his visit to Sierra Leone where he stressed that the two nations should boost their coordination in the UN Security Council and jointly secure the interests of Africa and developing countries.

While reiterating the position of China its Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning called for mutual cooperation with Global South Nations through initiatives for building multipolar world for safer and prosperous world with a bright future.

“China will always stand together with developing countries, work toward building a community with a shared future for mankind, advance together the Global Development Initiative, the Global Security Initiative and the Global Civilization Initiative, pursue high-quality Belt and Road cooperation, apply the common values of humanity and work for a peaceful, safer and prosperous world with a bright future,” she said.

“As a developing country, China, a natural member of the Global South, has invariably stood in solidarity with fellow developing countries through thick and thin and firmly upheld the common interests of developing countries. President Xi Jinping has put forth important strategic guidelines and policies to consolidate and deepen our relations with fellow developing countries,” she further said.

“We follow the principle of sincerity, real results, amity and good faith and the principle of pursuing the greater good and shared interests, and firmly uphold sovereignty, independence, the principle of non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, and the legitimate rights and development opportunities of developing countries,” she added.

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“We call for an equal and orderly multipolar world to make the international order more just and equitable and to raise the representation and say of developing countries. We call for a universally beneficial and inclusive economic globalization to share opportunities with other developing countries for common development,” she added further.

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