Full text of President Xi Jinping’s 2024 New Year message

On New Year’s Eve, Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered his 2024 New Year message via China Media Group and the Internet. The following is the full text of the message:

Greetings to you all! As energy rises after the Winter Solstice, we are about to bid farewell to the old year and usher in the new. From Beijing, I extend my best New Year wishes to each and every one of you!

 

In 2023, we have continued to forge ahead with resolve and tenacity. We have gone through the test of winds and rains, have seen beautiful scenes unfolding on the way, and have made plenty real achievements. We will remember this year as one of hard work and perseverance. Going forward, we have full confidence in the future.

 

This year, we have marched forward with solid steps. We achieved a smooth transition in our COVID-19 response efforts. The Chinese economy has sustained the momentum of recovery. Steady progress has been made in pursuing high-quality development. Our modernized industrial system has been further upgraded. A number of advanced, smart and green industries are rapidly emerging as new pillars of the economy. We have secured a bumper harvest for the 20th year in a row. Waters have become clearer and mountains greener. New advances have been made in pursuing rural revitalization. New progress has been made in fully revitalizing northeast China. The Xiong’an New Area is growing fast, the Yangtze River Economic Belt is full of vitality, and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is embracing new development opportunities. Having weathered the storm, the Chinese economy is more resilient and dynamic than before.

 

This year, we have marched forward with robust steps. Thanks to years of dedicated efforts, China’s innovation-driven development is full of energy. The C919 large passenger airliner entered commercial service. The Chinese-built large cruise ship completed its trial voyage. The Shenzhou spaceships are continuing their missions in space. The deep-sea manned submersible Fendouzhe reached the deepest ocean trench. Products designed and made in China, especially trendy brands, are highly popular with consumers. The latest models of Chinese-made mobile phones are an instant market success. New energy vehicles, lithium batteries, and photovoltaic products are a new testimony to China’s manufacturing prowess. Everywhere across our country, new heights are being scaled with dogged determination, and new creations and innovations are emerging every day.

 

This year, we have marched forward in high spirits. The Chengdu FISU World University Games and the Hangzhou Asian Games presented spectacular sports scenes, and Chinese athletes excelled in their competitions. Tourist destinations are full of visitors on holidays, and the film market is booming. The “village super league” football games and “village spring festival gala” are immensely popular. More people are embracing low-carbon lifestyles. All these exhilarating activities have made our lives richer and more colorful, and they mark the return of bustling life across the country. They embody people’s pursuit of a beautiful life, and present a vibrant and flourishing China to the world.

 

This year, we have marched forward with great confidence. China is a great country with a great civilization. Across this vast expanse of land, wisps of smoke in deserts of the north and drizzles in the south invoke our fond memory of many millennium-old stories. The mighty Yellow River and Yangtze River never fail to inspire us. Discoveries at the archeological sites of Liangzhu and Erlitou tell us much about the dawn of Chinese civilization. The ancient Chinese characters inscribed on oracle bones of the Yin Ruins, the cultural treasures of the Sanxingdui Site, and the collections of the National Archives of Publications and Culture bear witness to the evolution of Chinese culture. All this stands as testament to the time-honored history of China and its splendid civilization. And all this is the source from which our confidence and strength are derived.

 

While pursuing its development, China has also embraced the world and fulfilled its responsibility as a major country. We held the China-Central Asia Summit and the Third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, and hosted leaders from across the world at many diplomatic events held in China. I also paid visits to a number of countries, attended international conferences, and met many friends, both old and new. I shared China’s vision and enhanced common understandings with them. No matter how the global landscape may evolve, peace and development remain the underlying trend, and only cooperation for mutual benefit can deliver.

 

Along the way, we are bound to encounter headwinds. Some enterprises had a tough time. Some people had difficulty finding jobs and meeting their basic needs. Some places were hit by floods, typhoons, earthquakes, or other natural disasters. All these remain at the forefront of my mind. When I see people rising to the occasion, reaching out to each other in adversity, meeting challenges head-on, and overcoming difficulties, I am deeply moved. All of you, from farmers in the fields to workers on factory floors, from entrepreneurs blazing the trail to service members guarding our country — indeed, people from all walks of life — have done your very best. Each and every ordinary Chinese has made an extraordinary contribution! You, the people, are the ones we look to when we fight to prevail over all difficulties or challenges.

 

Next year will mark the 75th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. We will steadfastly advance Chinese modernization, fully and faithfully apply the new development philosophy on all fronts, speed up building the new development paradigm, promote high-quality development, and both pursue development and safeguard security. We will continue to act on the principle of seeking progress while maintaining stability, promoting stability through progress, and establishing the new before abolishing the old. We will consolidate and strengthen the momentum of economic recovery and work to achieve steady and long-term economic development. We will deepen reform and open up across the board, further enhance people’s confidence in development, promote vibrant economic development, and redouble efforts to boost education, advance science and technology, and cultivate talents. We will continue to support Hong Kong and Macao in harnessing their distinctive strengths, better integrating themselves into China’s overall development, and securing long-term prosperity and stability. China will surely be reunified, and all Chinese on both sides of the Taiwan Strait should be bound by a common sense of purpose and share in the glory of the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.

 

Our goal is both inspiring and simple. Ultimately, it is about delivering a better life for the people. Our children should be well taken care of and receive a good education. Our young people should have the opportunity to pursue their careers and succeed. And our elderly people should have adequate access to medical services and elderly care. These issues matter to every family, and they are also a top priority of the government. We must work together to address these issues. Today, in our fast-paced society, people are all busy and face a lot of pressure at work and in life. We should foster a warm and harmonious atmosphere in our society, expand the inclusive and dynamic environment for innovation, and create convenient and good living conditions so that people can live happy lives, bring out their best, and realize their dreams.

 

As I speak to you, conflicts are still raging in some parts of the world. We Chinese are keenly aware of what peace means. We will work closely with the international community for the common good of humanity, build a community with a shared future for mankind, and make the world a better place for all.

 

Right at this moment, when the lights in millions of homes light up the evening sky, let us all wish our great country prosperity, and let us all wish the world peace and tranquility! I wish you happiness in all four seasons and success and good health in the year ahead!

 

Thank you! 

 

 

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Xi Jinping unanimously elected Chinese president, PRC CMC chairman

Xi Jinping is unanimously elected president of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the PRC at the third plenary meeting of the first session of the 14th National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, March 10, 2023. (Xinhua/Li Xueren)

BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- Xi Jinping was unanimously elected president of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the PRC on Friday at the ongoing session of the 14th National People's Congress. ■

A leader should be a visionary and have more foresight than an average person

The CPECB congratulated President Xi on his victory and affirmed their commitment to promoting economic cooperation between China and Pakistan, as well as supporting the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).


As a key player in the BRI, the CPECB recognizes the strategic importance of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in enhancing regional connectivity and promoting economic growth and development. With President Xi’s re-election, the CPECB is confident that China’s leadership will continue to promote stability, cooperation, and sustainable development, not only in the region but also globally.


The CPECB firmly believes that President Xi’s leadership and vision have been instrumental in promoting the BRI’s principles of shared benefits, win-win cooperation, and common development. As such, the CPECB and its members are committed to working on  Belt and Road Initiative, enhance regional economic integration, and foster a more prosperous and sustainable future for all.


In conclusion, the CPECB warmly congratulates President Xi Jinping on his re-election as the President of the People’s Republic of China and the Chairman of the Central Military Commission of the PRC. The organization reaffirms its strong commitment to promoting economic cooperation between China and Pakistan and supporting the Belt and Road Initiative. 


The CPECB and its members stand  to achieve shared goals of regional connectivity, economic growth, and sustainable development.

Home Isolation Is Now Allowed in China!

The China Ministry Of Health just announced some MAJOR relaxations on Covid Control Policy at 1.30pm, Dec 7th, and confirmed by the official announcement.

 

• Seemingly, the most important change is that 7 days home quarantine for COVID positive patients has been approved, instead of compulsory centralized quarantine that was mandated preciously.

 

• Different cities have began to announce this slowly – but now it is official that ALL cities will allow home quarantine.

 

All relaxations of rules will become effective immediately. Below are the major changes that you should be aware of:

 

1. Home Quarantine Allowed for Covid Positive Patient

The previous compulsory centralized quarantine for Covid positive patient has been scrapped, and resident who tested positive now can stay home for quarantine, and will be allowed to go out after he/she is recovered and tested negative on day 6 and 7. How this will all be managed is still a question.

 

2. No Restrictions On Traveling Between Non-high Risk Districts

Non-high risk districts are not allowed to block any individual from entering/leaving the area.

 

3. Health Code & PCR Test Result Only Needed For Specific Places

Health code and PCR test result will not be needed for most places, except medical facility, nursery, school and other specific places. Watch this space.

As different cities around China are optimizing their COVID-19 control measures to minimize the impact on people’s livelihoods, below we show an overview of announced adjusted measures by region.

 

– Zhang Wenhong, a prominent epidemiologist, recently announced that China’s new Covid strategy shift from ZERO Covid to preventing the virus to preventing severe cases & deaths.

 

– In meanwhile, the official narrative is also changing. Guangzhou health authorities said that “Covid-19 is now no more serious than a seasonal cold”.

 

– Experts are also exploring the necessity of downgrading COVID management. They also called for downgrading the management of the COVID-19 epidemic from Class A to B as conditions are becoming mature.

Official Outstanding Joint Statement Of China And Pakistan Here

Joint Statement of the People’s Republic of China and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
2022-11-02 20:36

  1. Shabazz Sharif, Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, will pay an official visit to the People’s Republic of China at the invitation from November 1 to 2, 2022. This visit is Prime Minister Shabazz’s first visit to China after taking office.
  2. During the visit, President Xi Jinping met with Prime Minister Shabazz. Premier Li Keqiang held talks with Prime Minister Shabazz, and Li Zhanshu, Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, met with Prime Minister Shabazz. Prime Minister Shabazz congratulated President Xi Jinping on his re-election as General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, admired President Xi Jinping’s leadership, wise vision and people-centered development thinking, and appreciated President Xi Jinping’s contribution to the sustainable development of China-Pakistan relations. Prime Minister Shabazz welcomed President Xi Jinping’s visit to Pakistan. President Xi Jinping said that the trip will be made as soon as it is convenient. The leaders of the two countries pledged to work together to further deepen the relationship between the two countries.
  3. Prime Minister Shabazz congratulated the successful conclusion of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, praised the central role played by the Communist Party of China and its leadership in the cause of China’s development, prosperity and national rejuvenation, and expressed his appreciation for China’s economic and social development under the leadership of the Communist Party of China. The achievements and contributions to the transformation of world politics and governance concepts are deeply admired.
  4. Chinese leaders expressed appreciation to Prime Minister Shabazz for his long-term and firm commitment to China-Pakistan friendship. Prime Minister Shabazz reiterated that Pakistan is committed to further strengthening and deepening China-Pakistan all-weather strategic cooperative partnership and practical cooperation in various fields.
  5. The two sides exchanged in-depth views on China-Pakistan relations, regional situation and international political situation. Both sides agreed that in the face of emerging global challenges, the China-Pakistan all-weather strategic partnership is of great significance. The meeting demonstrated the traditional friendship, strategic mutual trust and broad consensus between China and Pakistan.
  6. The leaders of the two countries reiterated that the close strategic ties and profound friendship between China and Pakistan have stood the test of time and become stronger with time. China-Pakistan friendship serves the interests of both countries and is a historical choice of the two peoples. China reiterated that China-Pakistan relations have always been the top priority of China’s diplomacy. The Pakistani side stressed that Pakistan-China relations are the cornerstone of Pakistan’s foreign policy, and the Pakistani people have always supported the closest friendship between Pakistan and China.
  7. The two sides reaffirmed their mutual support on issues concerning each other’s core interests. Pakistan firmly adheres to the one-China policy and supports China on issues related to Taiwan, the South China Sea, Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet. China reiterated its support for Pakistan in safeguarding its national sovereignty, independence and security, as well as its economic and social prosperity and development.
  8. Chinese leaders expressed condolences over the recent severe floods in Pakistan, which caused heavy casualties and property losses. Prime Minister Shabazz expressed his gratitude to the Chinese government and people for their timely and generous assistance, and to China for providing disaster relief materials, dispatching post-disaster assessment and medical and health expert teams, assisting in post-disaster assessment and sharing reconstruction experience, and helping Pakistan respond to the post-disaster epidemic and improve treatment. Ability to thank. China’s aid action vividly illustrates the time-tested all-weather strategic cooperative partnership between China and Pakistan.
  9. Prime Minister Shabazz introduced the disaster relief and post-disaster reconstruction in Pakistan. The Chinese side expressed that it will stand firmly with the Pakistani side at this difficult time and continue to help the Pakistani side advance the recovery and reconstruction plan of the disaster-stricken areas.
  10. The two sides reviewed with satisfaction the outcomes of the three foreign ministers’ strategic dialogues and agreed to hold the next meeting in Islamabad as soon as possible in the first half of 2023.
  11. The two sides noted the important role played by various bilateral cooperation mechanisms in deepening strategic communication between the two countries, and welcomed the two foreign ministries to hold the Spokesperson’s Consultation and Arms Control Consultation.
  12. Prime Minister Shabazz reiterated that the Pakistani government is willing to work with China to jointly build the “Belt and Road” with high quality, and stressed that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, as the flagship project of the “Belt and Road” initiative, will make significant contributions to Pakistan’s economic and social development.
  13. The leaders of the two countries noted that the eleventh meeting of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Joint Cooperation Committee was held on October 27, 2022. The meeting reviewed the progress of the projects under construction and agreed to maintain the high-quality development momentum of the corridor.
  14. The two sides believe that the upgrading and reconstruction project of Pakistan’s No. 1 main railway line is an important project under the framework of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, which is of great significance to the economic and social development of Pakistan, and agreed to advance implementation at an early date in accordance with the consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries. The two sides agreed to actively promote the Karachi ring railway project, which is an urgent need in Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi.
  15. Both sides believe that Gwadar Port is a leading project of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and an important node for regional connectivity. The two sides expressed satisfaction with the completion of key projects and agreed to speed up the progress of other projects in Gwadar Port and the Free Zone.
  16. According to the consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries on accelerating the cooperation in the fields of agriculture, mining, information technology, social and people’s livelihood, etc. in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the two sides agreed to further build healthy corridors, industrial corridors, digital corridors and green corridors, and carry out relevant cooperation. .
  17. The Chinese side appreciates the Pakistani government’s efforts to vigorously develop renewable energy projects including photovoltaics, which are in line with the development direction of green, low-carbon and environmentally friendly energy. China encourages Chinese-funded enterprises to participate in the project construction.
  18. The two sides agreed to actively promote the implementation of the “China-Pakistan Industrial Cooperation Framework Agreement” and support the development of Pakistan’s industrialization.
  19. The two sides expressed their firm determination to protect the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and China-Pakistan friendship from all threats and damage. The Pakistani side once again pledged to make every effort to ensure the safety of all Chinese personnel, projects and institutions in Pakistan. The Chinese side appreciates the Pakistani side’s strong determination and effective measures.
  20. The two sides noted that 2023 marks the 10th anniversary of the launch of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, and the construction of the corridor has achieved remarkable achievements. Both sides expressed satisfaction with the contribution of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to the socio-economic development of the two countries.
  21. Both sides noted that the recently held 3rd China-Pakistan Economic Corridor International Cooperation and Coordination Working Group Meeting emphasized that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is an open and inclusive platform that welcomes third parties from industry, agriculture, information technology, technology, Oil and gas and other priority areas of cooperation in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor have benefited from investment.
  22. The two sides noted that the bilateral trade volume has grown steadily since the implementation of the Second-Phase Protocol of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement, and decided to further negotiate and promote trade liberalization under the framework of the Second-Phase Protocol of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement. Hold a meeting of the Committee on Trade in Goods as soon as possible.
  23. China is willing to actively support Pakistan in expanding exports to China under the framework of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement, and welcomes more high-quality Pakistani goods such as food and agricultural products to enter the Chinese market. The two sides agreed to encourage investment and partnership in Pakistan’s export sector, so as to contribute to the sustainable growth of bilateral trade. The two sides agreed to carry out joint research to further strengthen bilateral economic and trade cooperation.
  24. The two sides agreed to upgrade the infrastructure of the Khunjerab port, strengthen border epidemic prevention and control and port customs clearance cooperation, and give full play to the role of land trade and exchanges. The two sides agreed to jointly further strengthen the implementation of the “Quartet Transit Transportation Agreement”, which is an important pillar of regional connectivity.
  25. The two sides noted that China’s e-commerce market is huge and has the potential to expand bilateral trade. Both sides welcome the signing of the memorandum of understanding on e-commerce cooperation and jointly support the establishment of the Pakistan National Pavilion on China’s e-commerce platform. The two sides agreed to further strengthen cooperation in online payment systems, logistics, warehousing, customs facilitation and other fields, and promote cooperation between small, medium and micro enterprises and start-ups.
  26. The two sides noted that this year, the first meeting of the China-Pakistan Joint Working Group on Trade, Investment and E-commerce, and the China-Pakistan Business Poverty Reduction and Social Development Forum were held, which organized exchanges and docking between the two countries in the fields of medicine, agriculture, and shoemaking. activities and training courses on poverty reduction capacity. China is willing to continue relevant pragmatic cooperation with Pakistan to help Pakistan reduce poverty and develop its economy and society.
  27. The Pakistani side appreciates China’s great achievements in poverty alleviation, which has lifted more than 800 million people out of absolute poverty. Noting that the recent floods in Pakistan have resulted in the displacement of a large number of people, China agreed to support the Pakistani government to help the disaster-stricken areas recover their economies through the Benazir Income Support Program.
  28. The two sides agreed to continue to maintain close communication to further facilitate Pakistani students coming to China. Prime Minister Shabazz thanked China for its efforts in resuming classes for Pakistani students returning to China.
  29. The two sides agreed to inject new impetus into people-to-people and cultural exchanges, tourism cooperation and cultural exchanges between the two countries, appreciated the role played by the cultural cooperation agreement between the two governments and its implementation plan, and welcomed the extension of the implementation plan to 2027.
  30. The two sides once again welcomed the holding of the “China-Pakistan Tourism Exchange Year” in 2023 and the Gandhara Art Exhibition to be held in the Palace Museum in Beijing from 2022 to 2023.
  31. The two sides noted the gradual resumption of flight operations between the two countries and agreed to further increase the number of direct flights including Islamabad-Beijing in due course.
  32. The two sides expressed satisfaction with the close cooperation, trust and communication between the two militaries. Stressing that stronger China-Pakistan strategic defense and security cooperation is an important factor for peace and stability in the region, they agreed to maintain the momentum of high-level exchanges and mutual visits between the two militaries, and deepen cooperation in military training, joint exercises, military technology and other fields.
  33. Both sides condemn terrorism in all its forms and oppose the politicization of counter-terrorism issues. The Chinese side affirms the contribution and sacrifice made by the Pakistani side in the fight against terrorism. The two sides agreed to further strengthen anti-terrorism cooperation and promote world peace and security.
  34. The two sides reiterated that a peaceful and prosperous South Asia serves the common interests of all parties. Both sides stressed that all outstanding disputes will be resolved through sincere dialogue. Pakistan briefed the Chinese side on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. China reiterates that the Kashmir issue is a dispute left over from history and should be properly resolved through peaceful means in accordance with the UN Charter, relevant Security Council resolutions and bilateral agreements.
  35. On the Afghanistan issue, the two sides agreed that a peaceful, prosperous, interconnected and stable Afghanistan is the foundation of regional prosperity and progress. The two sides expressed satisfaction with the outcomes of the three foreign ministers’ meetings of Afghanistan’s neighbors and looked forward to the next meeting in Uzbekistan.
  36. The two sides stressed the need for the international community to continue to provide assistance and support to Afghanistan, including thawing Afghanistan’s overseas financial assets. The two sides agreed to continue to provide humanitarian and economic assistance to the Afghan people and strengthen development cooperation in Afghanistan, including promoting the extension of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan.
  37. The two sides reaffirmed their adherence to the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and jointly promote multilateralism, free trade and win-win cooperation. The two sides expressed satisfaction with the close cooperation on multilateral occasions and determined to further deepen strategic communication, coordination and consultation.
  38. The Pakistani side supports the global development initiative proposed by the Chinese side. The two sides believe that development is an important driving force for the prosperity of all countries, and agree to further strengthen cooperation in various fields under the framework of the Global Development Initiative in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. The Chinese side appreciates that Pakistan joined the “Group of Friends of the Global Development Initiative” as one of the first members, and identified Pakistan as a priority partner of the Global Development Initiative.
  39. The Pakistani side supports the global security initiative proposed by the Chinese side, and believes that the initiative is in line with the purposes and principles of the UN Charter. The two sides are willing to strengthen international cooperation in this regard.
  40. Both sides support a consensus-based reform of the United Nations that responds to the interests and concerns of all Member States.
  41. The two sides stressed that they will further strengthen coordination and cooperation within the framework of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, jointly promote the comprehensive deepening of cooperation in the fields of politics, security, economy and trade, connectivity, and people-to-people and cultural engagement of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, so as to better serve the common interests of countries in the region, and to safeguard the Make greater contributions to regional peace and stability, promoting prosperity and development, and improving global governance.
  42. The two sides reaffirm their commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights for all in accordance with applicable international obligations and national circumstances. The two sides stressed that bilateral and multilateral cooperation in the field of human rights should be based on the principles of the UN Charter, including respect for political independence, sovereignty and non-interference in internal affairs.
  43. The two sides believe that climate change is a real threat, and take concrete and coordinated efforts to mitigate and adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change. Both sides reaffirmed their commitment to the goals, principles and provisions of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and its Paris Agreement, in particular the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities.
  44. The two sides recognize that the recent floods in Pakistan are closely related to the adverse effects of climate change. Developing countries have little responsibility for climate change and are disproportionately affected. The two sides called on developed countries to fulfill their commitments, take the lead in reducing emissions to ensure the development rights and space of developing countries, and provide developing countries with adequate climate finance.
  45. The two sides appreciate the Pakistani side’s initiative to address man-made climate change and the Chinese side’s green “Belt and Road” initiative, and agree to strengthen cooperation in areas such as ecosystem restoration and water resource management.
  46. ​​Prime Minister Shabazz thanked the Chinese leaders and Chinese people for their warm reception, and wished China lasting development and prosperity and strides forward on the road of national rejuvenation.
  47. During this visit, the two sides signed and reached a number of agreements/memorandums of understanding, covering e-commerce, digital economy, export of agricultural products to China, financial cooperation, cultural relics protection, infrastructure, flood emergency assistance, post-disaster reconstruction, global development initiatives , animal disease prevention and control, social and people’s livelihood, cultural cooperation, aerospace, geology, and law enforcement security.

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Mr. Xi valuable meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Shabaz Empower

President Xi Jinping met with Pakistani Prime Minister Shabaz on a formal visit to China in the Great Hall of the People on the morning of November 2, CCTV News reported.

Mr. Xi noted that you would welcome your visit to China and thank you for your first time to congratulate the Communist Party of China on convening the twentieth National Congress. China and Pakistan are good friends, good friends and good brothers. In recent years, the two countries have supported each other in the world’s turmoil, marching forward, showing China and Pakistan’s “iron pole” friendship. China has always viewed Sino-Palestinian relations from a strategic and long-term perspective, has always placed Pakistan in the priority direction of neighboring diplomacy.

 

 

Mr. Xi stressed that China appreciated the Pakistan side’s firm progress in friendly cooperation with China, thanked the Pakistan side for supporting China on issues involving China’s core and major concerns, would firmly support the Palestinian side in safeguarding the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country, developing interests and national dignity, and firmly support Pakistan for its stability, unity and development and prosperity. China expresses its deep sympathy for the devastating floods of the people of Pakistan, which will provide additional emergency assistance to help Pakistan rebuild after the disaster, support the recovery of post-disaster agricultural production, strengthen cooperation in disaster prevention and mitigation and combating climate change.

 

 

Mr. Xi introduced the important results of the twentieth National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Mr. Xi said China would continue to adhere to the basic state policy of opening up to the outside world and provide new opportunities for new developments in China to all countries, including Pakistan. China is ready to deepen its development strategy docking with Pakistan. The two sides should use the mechanism of the Joint Cooperation Committee of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to promote the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor more efficiently and make it a demonstration project for high-quality development along the Belt and Road. We should accelerate the construction of supporting infrastructure in the port of Gwadar and give full play to the radiation-driven role of the port in the development of regional connectivity. The two sides should work together to create conditions for the early implementation of the first railway main line upgrade and transformation project and the Karachi Ring City railway project. China welcomes Pakistan’s expansion of high-quality agricultural products to China, is ready to expand new energy cooperation with Pakistan in the digital economy, e-commerce and photovoltaics, vigorously promote cooperation in agriculture, science and technology and people’s livelihood, and will continue to provide within its means of stabilizing the financial situation. China supports China’s industrial power province and Pakistan in their confrontations to promote industrial cooperation, and hopes that the Pakistan side will provide a good business environment. I am highly concerned about the security of the Chinese in Pakistan and hope that the Pakistani side will provide a reliable and safe environment for Chinese institutions and personnel cooperating in Pakistan.

 

 

Mr. Xi points out that the world’s changes, the changes of the times and the changes of history are unfolding in an unprecedented way. In the face of a highly uncertain world, the two sides should stand on the right side of history, maintain high levels of cooperation in international multilateral mechanisms, cooperate closely with major international regional issues, safeguard genuine multilateralism, safeguard international equity and justice, safeguard the common interests of developing countries and provide certainty and positive energy for the world. China is ready to work with the Palestinian side to promote the implementation of the Global Development Initiative and the Global Security Initiative, promote the development of the global economic governance system in a more just, reasonable and inclusive and win-win direction, build a community of human destiny, provide strong guarantees for the development of the two countries and make more contributions to world peace and stability and common prosperity.

 

 

government and people for their valuable assistance in combating the new coronary pneumonia epidemic and for their generous assistance following the devastating flood in Barba. No country, like China, has helped developing countries such as Pakistan in good faith. The Pakistan side firmly adheres to a one-China policy and firmly supports China’s position on core interests such as Taiwan, Tibet-related and Hong Kong-related. It is hoped that it will learn from China’s successful experience in governance and governance and adhere to self-reliance, while deepening cooperation with China in all fields, thus better realizing its own development. The construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor has had a profound impact on the economic and social development of Pakistan. The Pakistan side is ready to work with China to continue to promote high-quality construction of the Belt and Road. The Palestinian side will further strengthen security measures to fully protect the safety of institutions and personnel in Pakistan. The Pakistan side fully supports President Xi Jinping’s global development initiative and global security initiatives and is ready to strengthen communication and collaboration with China in international regional affairs and make a positive contribution to maintaining world peace and development. The Palestinian-China friendship is indestructible and the Pakistani side will always stand firmly with China.

 

 

After the talks, Mr. Xi is at the people’s levelThe Golden Hall of the Hall held a welcoming party for Shabaz.

 

 

Wang Yi, a member of the Politburo of the CPC Central Committee, a member of the Politburo of the CPC Central Committee and a member of the National Development and Reform Commission.

(CPC Congress) CPC opens 20th National Congress

20th CPC National Congress

(CPC Congress) China to accelerate creating new development pattern, pursue high-quality development: Xi

BEIJING, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) — China will accelerate creating a new development pattern and pursue high-quality development, Xi Jinping said on Sunday. “To build a modern socialist country in all respects, we must, first and foremost, pursue high-quality development,” Xi said in a report at the opening session of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.

 

“We must fully and faithfully apply the new development philosophy on all fronts, continue reforms to develop the socialist market economy, promote high-standard opening up, and accelerate efforts to foster a new pattern of development that is focused on the domestic economy and features positive interplay between domestic and international economic flows,” Xi said.

China will make sure that the implementation of the strategy to expand domestic demand is integrated with the efforts to deepen supply-side structural reform, Xi said. Efforts will be made to boost the dynamism and reliability of the domestic economy while engaging at a higher level in the global economy.

 

 The country will move faster to build a modernized economy, Xi said. China will raise total factor productivity, make industrial and supply chains more resilient and secure, and promote integrated urban-rural development and coordinated regional development, so as to effectively upgrade and appropriately expand economic output, Xi said.Efforts will be made to build a high-standard socialist market economy, Xi said. “We will work to see that the market plays the decisive role in resource allocation and that the government better plays its role.”

 

The industrial system will be modernized, with measures to advance new industrialization, and boost China’s strength in manufacturing, product quality, aerospace, transportation, cyberspace, and digital development, Xi said.

To advance rural revitalization across the board, China will continue to put agricultural and rural development first, consolidate and expand achievements in poverty alleviation, and reinforce the foundations for food security on all fronts.

 

China will thoroughly implement the coordinated regional development strategy, major regional strategies, the functional zoning strategy, and the new urbanization strategy, Xi said.High-standard opening up will also be promoted. China will steadily expand institutional opening up with regard to rules, regulations, management, and standards, accelerate the transformation into a trader of quality, and promote the high-quality development of the Belt and Road Initiative, Xi said.

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73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China,

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On the occasion of the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the Chairman of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business, Samiullah Vohra, extends his heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to all those who celebrate this momentous occasion.
It is wonderful that Pakistan and China are simultaneously celebrating the 72nd anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations. This is a momentous occasion to honour our shared history of success and to recommit ourselves to expanding the bounds of our friendship in the years to come.

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China stresses Asia's role in promoting global peace, growth and cooperation

How can we build a better post-pandemic world? What can we do to boost the steady recovery and sustainable development of the global economy? And how can we seek win-win cooperation? With the three critical questions atop the agenda, this year’s Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) Annual Conference held in the town of Boao, south China’s Hainan Province, has drawn worldwide attention. The Global Security Initiative to promote security for all in the world proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the forum on Thursday has given an Asian perspective on addressing the challenges of the times. ‘Sophisticated, integrated apparatus’ Security is a precondition for development, and humanity is living in an “indivisible security community,” Xi said in a video speech. “In this day and age, the international community has evolved so much that it has become a sophisticated and integrated apparatus,” he said, adding that acts to remove any single part will cause serious problems to its operation. Calling on all countries to join hands, he further highlighted the need for cooperation in fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic, promoting economic recovery, maintaining world peace and addressing global governance challenges.

“It is particularly important for major countries to lead by example in honoring equality, cooperation, good faith and the rule of law, and act in a way befitting their status,” he said.

This is Xi’s sixth time delivering a keynote speech at the forum, and cooperation and peace are frequently among the key pillars he mentions when expounding on China’s propositions to the world. ‘Make Asia an anchor’  Measured by purchasing power parity, Asia’s share in the world economy in 2021 rose by 0.2 percentage points from 2020 to 47.4 percent, according to the Asian Economic Outlook and Integration Progress Annual Report 2022. 

The report also noted that a number of factors are essential for assessing the economic performance in 2022, including the development of COVID-19, geopolitical tensions after the Russia-Ukraine conflict, monetary policy adjustment in the U.S. and Europe, debt problems in some economies, global supply and political regime changes in some Asian countries. 
Against such a background, Xi’s proposition at the forum makes more sense — making Asia an anchor for world peace, a powerhouse for global growth and a new pacesetter for international cooperation. 
“When Asia fares well, the whole world benefits,” he said. Calling for efforts to foster a more open Asia-wide market, he stressed seizing opportunities, such as the entry into force of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and the opening to traffic of the China-Laos railway.   The president also highlighted China’s role during the process, saying that the fundamentals of the Chinese economy – its strong resilience, enormous potential, vast room for maneuver and long-term sustainability – remain unchanged. 

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Joint statement of the people’s republic of China and the Islamic republic of Pakistan

Joint Statement of the people's republic of China and the Islamic republic of Pakistan

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1. At the invitation of Chinese leaders, Prime Minister Imran Khan of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan will visit Beijing from February 3 to 6, 2022 and attend the opening ceremony of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. During the meeting, President Xi Jinping met with Prime Minister Imran Khan, and Premier Li Keqiang held a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan.

2. Prime Minister Imran Khan appreciated China’s meticulous and thoughtful arrangements and congratulated China on successfully hosting a simple, safe and wonderful Winter Olympics. China and Pakistan agreed that the Olympic Games is an international event that promotes understanding, tolerance and friendship between peoples of different countries. The Chinese leader thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan for attending the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, which demonstrated the solidarity and “hardcore” brotherhood between China and Pakistan. The two sides agreed to maintain the momentum of high-level exchanges and strengthen institutional exchanges in various
fields.

3. The leaders of the two countries had an extensive and in-depth exchange of views on issues in various fields including bilateral relations, regional situation and international political situation. The talks continued the fine tradition of China-Pakistan all-weather strategic cooperative partnership, with a harmonious atmosphere, reflecting solid strategic mutual trust and reaching broad consensus.

4. Prime Minister Imran Khan once again congratulated the Communist Party of China on its centennial achievements, spoke highly of the leadership role of the Communist Party of China with General Secretary Xi Jinping at its core in promoting China’s prosperity and development, and appreciated President Xi Jinping’s own guidance and guidance for the sustainable development of China-Pakistan relations. contribute.

5. Leaders of the two sides firmly believe that the close strategic ties and profound friendship between China and Pakistan have been tested and strengthened with time. China-Pakistan friendship serves the interests of both countries and is the historical choice of the two peoples. The Pakistani side emphasized that China-Pakistan relations are the cornerstone of Pakistan’s foreign policy, and the Pakistani people have always supported the closest friendship between China and Pakistan. The
two sides reaffirmed their mutual support on issues concerning each other’s core interests. Pakistan firmly adheres to the one-China policy and supports China on issues related to Taiwan, the South China Sea, Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet. China reiterated its support for Pakistan in safeguarding its national sovereignty, independence and security, and its economic and social prosperity and development.

6. On behalf of the Pakistani side, Prime Minister Imran Khan once again invited President Xi Jinping to pay a state visit to Pakistan, saying that the Pakistani people look forward to President Xi Jinping’s visit to Pakistan at an early date. Both sides reiterated their willingness to travel at a mutually convenient time.

7. The leaders of both sides are pleased to note that the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Pakistan in 2021 has become an important milestone in the diplomatic history of the two countries. The two sides agreed that the more than 140 celebrations held between the two countries have injected new vitality into the friendship between the two peoples and left indelible memories for the younger generation.

8. The two sides reviewed with satisfaction the outcomes of the three foreign ministers’ strategic dialogues and agreed to hold the fourth meeting as soon as possible.

9. Prime Minister Imran Khan praised President Xi Jinping’s vision of the Belt and Road Initiative, emphasizing that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, as a pilot project of the Belt and Road Initiative, has made significant contributions to Pakistan’s economic and social development. The economic security agenda on achieving the transition to a geo-economic and promoting trade, investment and connectivity is well aligned.

10. The two sides believe that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project, especially the energy and transportation infrastructure projects, has played a key role in enhancing the key position of Pakistan’s regional connectivity and promoting the modernization of Pakistan’s economic foundation. The leaders of the two countries reiterated their support for the high-quality development of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, ensuring the smooth operation of completed projects and the timely completion of projects under construction. The leaders of the two countries noted that the two sides signed the “China-Pakistan Industrial Cooperation Framework Agreement”, and China will fully support the development of Pakistan’s industrialization. The Chinese side appreciates Imran Khan’s attendance at the launching ceremony of the China-Pakistan Business Investment Forum, which will promote the strengthening of cooperation between enterprises of the two countries.

11. The leaders of the two countries agreed to use the functions of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Joint Cooperation Committee to strengthen cooperation in various fields such as economy and trade, infrastructure, industrial development, agricultural modernization, science and technology, and economic, social and people’s livelihood. The two sides noted the close cooperation between the two countries in the fields of health, environmental protection and information technology, and agreed to build the China-Pakistan Health Corridor, Industrial Corridor, Trade Corridor, Green Corridor and Digital Corridor.

12. The two sides emphasized the pillar status of Gwadar Port in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and its important node role in regional interconnection. carbon cycle area. Create highquality livelihood projects to promote economic and social development and improve people’s livelihood in Gwadar.

13. The two sides expressed their firm determination to protect the CPEC from all threats and negative publicity. The Pakistani side once again pledged to make every effort to ensure the safety of all Chinese personnel, projects and institutions in Pakistan, and the Chinese side appreciates the relevant measures taken by Pakistan.

14. The two sides noted that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a mutually beneficial and win-win cooperation project that has played a key role in the prosperity and connectivity of the region. As an open and inclusive initiative, third parties are welcome to benefit from investment opportunities in CPEC industrial parks.

15. The two sides reviewed with satisfaction the mutual support and cooperation between China and Pakistan since the outbreak of COVID-19. Prime Minister Imran Khan thanked the Chinese leaders for providing Pakistan with the COVID-19 vaccine, which is the main support for large-scale vaccination across the country. The leaders of the two sides agreed that the mutual support, cooperation and solidarity between the two countries during the epidemic reflects the long tradition of China-Pakistan friendship, and the two sides will continue to support each other until the epidemic is overcome.

16. The two sides reaffirmed that they will strengthen the existing cooperation between the two countries in emergency management systems, public health infrastructure and the establishment of joint ventures in the Pakistani pharmaceutical industry to meet similar challenges in the future. 17. Both sides are satisfied with the record growth of bilateral trade in 2021. Agree to make full use of the “China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement Phase II Protocol” to further consolidate and expand bilateral trade. China welcomes more high-quality food and agricultural products from Pakistan to enter the Chinese market.

18. The two sides welcome the establishment of the Pakistan Pavilion on the Chinese ecommerce platform, and agree to further strengthen e-commerce cooperation, establish an online payment system, and cooperate in logistics, warehousing and customs facilitation.

19. Both sides expressed satisfaction with the successful holding of the 15th meeting of the China-Pakistan Joint Committee on Economy, Trade and Technology in December 2021. The two sides agreed to make good use of this important mechanism to further strengthen the comprehensive economic cooperation between the two countries.

20. The Pakistani side believes that China’s achievements in lifting 770 million people out of absolute poverty are unparalleled, and wish the Chinese government and people greater
achievements in realizing the goals of socialist modernization and national rejuvenation. The Chinese side appreciates the Pakistani side’s Isaas poverty alleviation project, and reiterates that it will support the Pakistani side in building infrastructure in such fields as agriculture, education, sanitation, safe drinking water and vocational training.

21. The two sides expressed satisfaction with the strong cooperation between China and Pakistan in the field of education, and committed to further strengthening the cooperation between the educational institutions of the two countries. The Pakistani side emphasized that China has become a popular destination for studying abroad. On the premise of ensuring the safety of epidemic prevention, China will steadily meet the needs of Pakistani students returning to China to resume classes.

22. The two sides reaffirmed the importance of people-to-people and cultural exchanges, tourism cooperation and cultural exchanges in strengthening bilateral relations. The two sides agreed to celebrate the “China-Pakistan Tourism Exchange Year” in 2023 on the basis of the “Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People’s Republic of China and the Ministry of Inter-Provincial Coordination of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on Promoting Tourism Exchanges and Cooperation” signed in November last year. Contacts between tourism promotion agencies and private enterprises of the two countries.

23. The two sides agreed to do their best to support China and Pakistan to strengthen cultural exchanges and to further expand bilateral cooperation in the protection and display of cultural relics. The leaders of the two countries welcomed the 2022 exhibition of Gandhara art at the Palace Museum in Beijing.

24. The two sides agreed to maintain the momentum of defense cooperation between the two militaries at all levels, stressing that strengthening China-Pakistan defense and security cooperation is an important factor in maintaining peace and stability in the region.

25. The Chinese side recognizes the sacrifices and efforts made by the Pakistani side in the fight against terrorism. Both sides reaffirmed their commitment to combating terrorism in all its forms. 26. The two sides reiterated that a peaceful and prosperous South Asia serves the common

interests of all parties. The two sides stressed that resolving all outstanding disputes through dialogue is of great significance to promoting regional cooperation as well as lasting peace, stability and common prosperity.

27. The Pakistani side briefed the Chinese side on the latest developments in the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, including the Pakistani side’s concerns, positions and pressing issues currently facing. China reiterates that the Kashmir issue is a dispute left over from history and should be properly resolved peacefully in accordance with the UN Charter, relevant Security Council resolutions and bilateral agreements. China opposes any unilateral actions that complicate the situation.

28. Regarding the Afghanistan issue, the two sides agreed that a peaceful, stable, united and secure Afghanistan is crucial to regional prosperity and progress. The two sides expressed satisfaction with the outcomes of the two foreign ministers’ meetings of Afghanistan’s neighbors and looked forward to the next meeting held by China. China and Pakistan are willing to discuss with Afghanistan to hold the China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Foreign Ministers’ Dialogue.

29. Both sides stressed the need to expedite humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and its people to avoid a looming crisis, and called on the international community to continue to provide Afghanistan with more aid and support, including the thawing of Afghan financial assets. The two sides are willing to discuss with Afghanistan the extension of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan. The Chinese side appreciates the Pakistani side’s hosting of the OIC Special Foreign Ministers’ Meeting on Afghanistan on December 19, 2021. The two sides agreed to continue to cooperate closely on the Afghan issue in the future.

30. The two sides expressed satisfaction with the close cooperation on multilateral occasions and determined to further deepen strategic communication, coordination and consultation. The two sides reaffirmed their adherence to the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and their support for multilateralism and win-win cooperation.

31. Prime Minister Imran Khan welcomed and reiterated his support for the global development initiative proposed by President Xi Jinping to promote international cooperation and accelerate the implementation of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Both sides reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening the development partnership under the Global Development Initiative.

32. Prime Minister Imran Khan thanked the Chinese leaders and people for their warm reception and wished China continued development and prosperity.

33. During this visit, the two sides signed or reached a number of agreements/memorandums of understanding, covering cooperation in economic technology, industry, investment,
infrastructure, aerospace, vaccines, digitization, standardization, disaster reduction and prevention, culture and sports, vocational education, etc. field.

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