The Politburo holds a meeting to review the “Overall Plan for Deepening the Reform of the Fiscal and Tax System,” etc.

The Politburo of the CPC Central Committee convened a meeting to review the “Overall Plan for Deepening the Reform of the Finance and Tax System,” “Opinions on Further Promoting the Reform of the Household Registration System,” and “The Implementation Plan of the Party’s Disciplinary Inspection System Reform.”

General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee Xi Jinping presides over the meeting

The Politburo of the CPC Central Committee held a meeting on June 30th to consider and adopt the “Overall Plan for Deepening the Reform of the Finance and Tax System,” “Opinions on Further Promoting the Reform of the Household Registration System,” and “The Implementation Plan of the Party’s Discipline Inspection System Reform.” General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee Xi Jinping presided over the meeting.

The meeting pointed out that finance is the foundation and important pillar of national governance, and the fiscal and taxation system has always played a fundamental, institutional, and supportive role in governing the country and the country. Our party has always attached great importance to fiscal work and fiscal and tax reforms, and has made unremitting efforts to establish a fiscal system that meets the requirements for the development of socialism with Chinese characteristics. The new round of reform of the fiscal and taxation system is a profound reform concerning the modernization of the country’s governance system and governance capabilities, and it is a system innovation based on the overall situation and with long-term perspective.

The meeting believes that the goal of deepening reform of the fiscal and taxation system is to establish a sustainable and modern financial system that is unified, complete, standardized, transparent, and efficient in operation, and that is conducive to optimizing the allocation of resources, safeguarding the unification of markets, promoting social equity, and realizing the long-term stability of the country. We will focus on promoting reforms in three areas: improving the budget management system, strengthening budget constraints, regulating government behavior, achieving effective supervision, accelerating the establishment of a comprehensive, standardized, open and transparent modern budget system; deepening the reform of the taxation system, optimizing the structure of the tax system, and improving taxation functions, Stabilizing macro tax burden, advancing taxation according to law, establishing a taxation system that is conducive to scientific development, social fairness, and unified market, giving full play to the functional role of tax revenue collection, adjusting distribution, and promoting structural optimization; adjusting the financial position between the central and local governments The relationship, while maintaining a generally stable central and local income pattern, further rationalizes the central and local income distribution, rationalizes the responsibilities between governments and expenditures, promotes the integration of power and responsibilities, work, and spending, and establishes responsibilities and expenditures. Adapted system. The new round of fiscal and taxation system reforms will basically complete key tasks and tasks in 2016, and will basically establish a modern financial system by 2020.

The meeting emphasized that deepening reform of the fiscal and taxation system involves the adjustment of the rights between the central and local governments, enterprises, and departments, and it is a tough battle to start the whole system. The party committees and governments at all levels must fully implement the party’s central decision-making arrangements and requirements, enhance the overall situation awareness, strengthen the organization and leadership with a high sense of political responsibility and historic mission, and arrange arrangements carefully, pay attention to overall coordination, grasp the rhythm of the pace, and carefully organize the implementation to ensure The reforms have been successful.

The meeting pointed out that accelerating the reform of the household registration system is a major measure involving hundreds of millions of people in agriculture. We must adhere to a people-centered approach and strive to promote the orderly realization of permanent residents who are capable of stable employment and livelihood in cities and towns, and steadily promote full coverage of the resident population of urban basic public services. We must adhere to being active, secure, and orderly. We must encourage all localities to boldly practice and actively explore. We must also guide local governments to respect objective laws, respect the will of the people, refrain from engaging in the distribution of indicators, and do not engage in extra layers. It is necessary to give priority to solving people who have long time in the city, strong employability, and can adapt to the competitive environment of cities and towns, so that they and their families can settle down in cities and towns, and guide the flow of population in an orderly manner. It is necessary to actively promote basic public services in cities and towns to provide a shift from the main household registration population to the permanent population, and gradually solve the problem of urban basic public services for the agricultural transfer residents who have been employed in cities and towns but who have not yet settled down.

The meeting emphasized that the reform of the household registration system is a very complicated systematic project. It is necessary to adhere to overall planning and to promote the reform of supporting policies and systems in related fields. It is necessary to improve the system of rural property rights and to safeguard farmers’ right to land contractual management, use of homestead land, and distribution of collective income. In order to distinguish between different situations and classification guidance, local governments should implement differentiated settlement policies according to overall requirements and policies of the central government. We must promote the rational distribution and complementarity of functions among large, medium and small cities and small towns, increase the economic agglomeration capabilities of small and medium-sized cities and small towns, and create favorable conditions for the transfer of agricultural populations to cities and towns.

The meeting pointed out that the party’s reform of the disciplinary inspection system is an important part of comprehensively deepening reforms, and it is an inevitable requirement for the party to govern the party and strictly administer the party. It must base itself on the reality of disciplinary inspections, persist in grasping specific issues, and establish a reform. Provide institutional guarantees for the establishment of institutional mechanisms for the improvement of the party’s work style, clean government, and the fight against corruption.

The meeting emphasized that the key to deepening the reform of the party’s disciplinary inspection system lies in the implementation of the main responsibility and supervision responsibility for the construction of a clean and honest party. The main responsibilities of the party committees at all levels are the premise and the basis. Leading cadres at all levels must not only clean themselves up, guard themselves, but must also dare to take on the responsibility, earnestly do a good job in building the party’s work style, building a clean government, and fighting corruption. The party committee (party group) secretary is the first responsible person. Other members bear leadership responsibility for building the party’s style of work and honest government within the scope of their duties. They must grasp one level at a time and transmit pressure at all levels. Those who do not earnestly perform their duties and grasp the poor construction of the party’s work style and clean government must strictly investigate accountability.

The meeting pointed out that it is necessary to promote the party’s dual leadership system of disciplinary inspections to be specific, procedural, and institutionalized, and to implement the investigation and handling of corruption cases. The leadership of the above-mentioned discipline inspection commission shall be the main, and the secretary and deputy secretary of the discipline inspection committee at each level shall nominate and inspect Lord, strengthen the leadership of the lower discipline inspection committee of the higher discipline inspection commission. Disciplinary committees at all levels should focus on the central task, supervise and enforce accountability, and perform the duties assigned by the party constitution. It is necessary to gradually implement the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection to assign disciplinary inspection agencies to party and state agencies at the central level, and stationing agencies must fully perform their supervisory duties. Implementation of inspections will cover all areas, departments, enterprises and institutions, explore special inspections, highlight problems, and strengthen the role of deterrence.

The meeting also studied other matters. (Xinhua, Beijing, June 30)
 
            

Xi Jinping: Adhere to the Strict Governance of the Party, Implement the Ruling Party’s Responsibility for Managing the Party, and Integrate the Style Construction into the Party’s System Construction

On the afternoon of June 30th, the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee carried out the sixteenth group study on strengthening the improvement of the working style system. When presiding over the study, General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee Xi Jinping stressed that grasping style is an important entry point and focus for promoting the new great project of party building. It must adhere to the principle of strict administration of the party, implement the party’s responsibility for managing the party, and integrate the requirements of the style of work into the party. In the ideological construction, organizational construction, anti-corruption construction, and institutional construction, we have comprehensively improved the level of party building work. Grasping the style of work must not only focus on solving outstanding problems at present, but also pay attention to establishing long-term effective mechanisms, work hard, use hard skills, and continue to work hard for a long time.

On the occasion of the 93rd anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, Xi Jinping first represented the Party Central Committee and extended greetings to the majority of Communist Party members and party workers throughout the country.

During the collective study of the Politburo, the relevant responsible comrades introduced the whole party and the local departments of the region to carry out the party’s mass line education practice activities and push the construction of the movement. Chen Xi, the Deputy Minister of the Central Organization Department, reported on the general situation of the mass line education and practice activities. Zhou Benshun, Secretary of the Hebei Provincial Party Committee, focused on leading this key point and building a good style of work. Zhao Kezhi, Guizhou Provincial Party Committee Secretary, reinforced the grassroots foundation and strengthened In order to improve the construction of the style of work, Xu Shaoshi, secretary of the Party Committee and Director of the National Development and Reform Commission, talked about advancing the reform of the institutional mechanism and strengthening the governance of the “four winds.” Zhang Mao, Secretary of the Party Group and Secretary of the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, talked about practicing hard style and strengthening institutional implementation. Experience.

The comrades of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee heard their speeches and discussed related issues.

Xi Jinping delivered a speech during the hosting of the study. He pointed out that since the official launch of the Party’s mass line education practice activities, important achievements have been made and the Party’s understanding of the importance and necessity of strengthening the work style has been raised. The party’s style of work is the image of the party and it is related to the people’s hearts and minds and the party’s survival. As a Marxist political party that has long been in power in China, our party cannot afford to take any light on the style of work at any time. The problem of grasping style is not the same as grasping it. Grasping small and catching is not the same. Only by sticking to hardships, can we get rid of stubborn diseases and achieve practical results that are satisfactory to the people. The core issue of the style of work is the relationship between the party and the people. To strengthen the work style construction, we must adhere to the Marxist viewpoint of the masses and implement the party’s mass line, and attribute the starting point and end result to the realization, protection, and development of the fundamental interests of the overwhelming majority of the people. It should be attributed to the improvement of honesty and honesty for the people. The process has become the process of implementing the party’s theory, line, principles, and policies, and has been a process of promoting the smooth progress of reform, opening up, and socialist modernization.

Xi Jinping emphasized that over the past 93 years, our party has united and led the people of all ethnic groups in the country. Through arduous and outstanding struggles, we have achieved great achievements in revolution, construction, and reform. This has brought about historic changes in the destiny of the Chinese nation and brought about the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. Unprecedented bright prospects. Practice has proved that our party is a party that adheres to scientific theory and is armed with advanced characteristics. It is a party that serves the people and serves the people wholeheartedly. It is a party that can stand the test of all kinds of risks and is constantly mature and confident. It has always been To lead the people of all ethnic groups in the country in upholding and developing the core strength of socialism with Chinese characteristics. The greater the achievements we have made, the more people praise our voices, the more we must clearly understand the party’s history and reality, its strengths and weaknesses, achievements and shortcomings, contradictions and problems, persist in managing the party strictly and manage the party effectively. Build well.

Xi Jinping stressed that the communist people’s sense of urgency is a sense of concern for the party, the country, and the people. This is a responsibility and a kind of responsibility. We must have a deep understanding of the party’s governing trials, the challenges of reform and opening up, the tests of the market economy, and the long-term nature and complexity of the external environmental tests. We must have a deeper understanding of the sharpness of the party’s mental laxity, the danger of lack of ability, the danger of being divorced from the masses, and the danger of negative corruption. With seriousness, it profoundly recognizes the importance and urgency of enhancing self-purification, self-improvement, self-renewal, and self-improvement, and persists in thinking at the bottom line so that we can think in peace. We must educate and guide all party comrades, especially leading cadres at all levels, to adhere to the “two musts” and conscientiously work hard for the party and the people. We must not be content with the status quo and be blindly optimistic. We must not be blind to our eyes and ignore the long term. We must not cover up contradictions and avoid problems. Can not be coveted, compared to lavish.

Xi Jinping pointed out that the most essential feature of socialism with Chinese characteristics is to uphold the leadership of the Communist Party of China, and that China’s affairs must be handled well. The key to fulfilling the “two hundred years” goal and responding to and overcoming various risks and challenges along the way is the Party. We must concentrate on doing a good job of party building, and in accordance with the ideas of establishing a scientific concept, actively reforming and innovating, observing objective laws, and emphasizing actual results, we must effectively implement the requirements for strictly managing the party, and make our party more and more mature and The stronger and more combative. This is the political responsibility of the entire party. First, it is the political responsibility of the Central Political Bureau.

Xi Jinping stressed that in order to strengthen party building, we must create a good political environment, that is, we must have a good political ecology. To create a good political environment, we must start with leading cadres at all levels and above all, senior cadres. Leading cadres must adhere to the correct path, promote positive attitudes, and adhere to their beliefs, personalities, and practical work; they must be honest and open-minded, speak truthfully and truthfully to the top-to-bottom; adhere to principles, strictly abide by the rules, and strictly abide by party discipline and national law; With all sorts of anger and hatred, they dare to show their utmost to all unhealthy winds; they must work hard, be honest, and exercise power correctly, and they can stand the test of all kinds of temptations.

Xi Jinping pointed out that we must uphold high standards and strict requirements, and strengthen leadership and guidance through good and bad beginnings to ensure that the activities are effective and able to withstand the historical test. The more backward the educational practice is, the more concentrated the problems that need to be rectified. In order to distinguish between the causes of the problem and the implementation of a vertical linkage, the superior actively takes the initiative from the superior, and the subordinate actively takes the initiative from the lower level.

Xi Jinping stressed that implementing the party’s mass line is a long-term task. Resolving the issue of work style is a regular task. To reflect the spirit of reform and the rule of law, we must combine the requirements of the central government, the expectations of the masses, the actual needs, and new experiences. We must work hard to form a systematic and complete system, implement rigid rules and strict systems, and ensure that the style of work is standardized and normalized. The long-term effect will effectively prevent the “four winds” problem from rebounding. (Xinhua, Beijing, June 30)
 
            

Xi Jinping Meets with Indian Vice President Ansari

President Xi Jinping met with Indian Deputy President Ansari at the Great Hall of the People on the 30th.

Xi Jinping said that China and India are important neighbors, and they are also the two largest developing countries and emerging market countries. They are all at a historic stage of realizing national rejuvenation. The two countries have a lot of strategic fit points. Both sides should develop a good-neighborly and friendly relationship between China and India with a high sense of historical responsibility. This will not only benefit the peoples of the two countries, but also make important contributions to the promotion of human development and progress. China regards India as an important strategic partner and places Sino-Indian relations as a priority for China’s diplomacy. The new government of India has just been established. China is willing to work with India to seize the opportunity to seek common development and push the strategic partnership between the two countries to a higher level. China is willing to maintain close high-level exchanges with India, strengthen the links between political parties, legislative bodies, and local governments, and increase mutual understanding, mutual trust, and consensus. The two sides should connect their respective development strategies, strengthen exchanges of experience in managing the country, explore potentials for cooperation, promote the construction of the Bangladesh-China-India-Burmese economic corridor, and promote regional development. Both sides must focus on the overall situation and long-term, and make due diligence. This year marks the year of friendly exchanges between China and India. It is hoped that the two sides will take this opportunity to expand cultural exchanges so that the two ancient civilizations of China and India can be more closely blended together.

Xi Jinping said that China, India, and Myanmar have just celebrated the 60th anniversary of the five principles for peaceful coexistence. As an important force in the multipolarization process of the world, China and India must jointly uphold and promote the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, strengthen coordination and cooperation in international affairs, and play a greater role in promoting world peace and development.

Ansari stated that India and China are neighbors, and they are also the two most populous developing countries. To develop good-neighborly and friendly relations between India and China not only conforms to the fundamental interests of the two countries and peoples, but also can establish a harmonious relationship between the two countries and develop together. The model. The Indian side attaches great importance to and firmly commits itself to developing relations with China and is willing to work with China to follow the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, strengthen exchanges and cooperation, handle differences and problems, promote the continuous development of bilateral relations, and work together to establish more fairness. A rational international order makes new contributions.

State Councilor Yang Jiechi attended the meeting. (Xinhua, Beijing, June 30, reporter Hao Yalin)
 
            

Xi Jinping Attends the General Assembly of the 60th Anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and Delivers a Keynote Speech

Stressing the Five Principles of Promoting Peaceful Coexistence Building a Win-Win World for Cooperation and Cooperation Li Keqiang presides over the conference Zhang Dejiang, Yu Zhengsheng, and Myanmar’s President Wu Dengsheng and India’s Vice President Ansari attended

On June 28, President Xi Jinping attended the 60th Anniversary General Assembly of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing and delivered a keynote speech.

Xinhua News Agency reporter Li Xueren photo

On June 28, President Xi Jinping attended the 60th Anniversary General Assembly of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing and delivered a keynote speech. The photo shows Xi Jinping and Myanmar President Wu Dengsheng and Indian Vice President Ansari jointly met with representatives from China, Myanmar, and India.

Xinhua News Agency reporter Li Xueren photo

People’s Daily Online Beijing June 28 (Reporter Du Shangze) The 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Co-existence was held on the 28th at the Great Hall of the People. President Xi Jinping attended the meeting and delivered a keynote speech titled “Five Principles for the Peaceful Coexistence, Cooperation, and Win-Win Beautiful World”. He profoundly expounded the historic contribution and significant practical significance of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and emphasized that China will continue to promote peace. The principle of co-existence of the five principles is to work with the international community to promote the building of a harmonious world of new-type international relations and lasting peace and common prosperity.

At 5:10 in the afternoon, Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Zhang Dejiang, Yu Zhengsheng and other party and state leaders entered the meeting simultaneously with Myanmar President Wu Dengsheng and Indian Vice President Ansari.

In warm applause, Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech.

Xi Jinping said that today we are here to hold a grand gathering to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. This is a common event of China, India, Myanmar, and the international community. It is of great significance to the promotion of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, the promotion of friendly cooperation among peoples of all countries and the promotion of world peace and development. Sixty years ago, China, India and Myanmar conformed to the historical trend and jointly advocated the Five Principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual non-aggression, non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence. This is a major initiative in the history of international relations and has made historic contributions to promoting the establishment of a fair and reasonable new type of international relations. In response to the past, we express our deep memory for the leaders of the three countries and old generations who jointly advocated the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. We extend our highest respect to all people of insight in countries that have long advocated the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence.

Xi Jinping stressed that the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have inherited the Asian people’s ideological tradition of advocating peace, vividly reflecting the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, and providing visible, feasible, and conceivable connotations, reflecting the international rule of law that states the rights, duties, and responsibilities of all nations. spirit. In the past 60 years, the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have gone to Asia and to the world, have undergone the test of the ever-changing international situation and have a strong vitality. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, as an open and inclusive principle of international law, embody the values ​​of sovereignty, justice, democracy, and the rule of law. It has become the basic principle of international relations and the basic principles of international law. It has effectively safeguarded the rights and interests of developing countries and promoted the establishment of more A fair and reasonable international political and economic order has played an active role.

Xi Jinping pointed out that profound and complex changes are taking place in the world today, and the trend of peace, development, cooperation, and win-win situation is even stronger. It is still a long way to go to maintain world peace and promote common development. Under the new circumstances, the spirit of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence has been renewed, its significance has been deepened, and its role has been long-lasting. We jointly commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. This is to discuss how to better promote these five principles in the new situation, promote the establishment of new-type international relations, and jointly build a beautiful world of cooperation and mutual benefit. Xi Jinping proposed:

First, insist on equality of sovereignty. Sovereignty and territorial integrity are inviolable. All countries should respect each other’s core interests and major concerns. All countries are equal members of the international community. The affairs of each country should be managed by the people of all countries. They must respect the social systems and development paths that countries have chosen independently.

Second, adhere to common security. We must promote the concept of common, comprehensive, cooperative, and sustainable security, and persist in resolving differences and disputes between countries through peaceful dialogue and consultation, and promote the establishment of an open, transparent, and equal new framework for Asia-Pacific security cooperation.

Third, adhere to common development. We must jointly safeguard and develop an open world economy, oppose all forms of protectionism, promote South-South cooperation and South-North dialogue, and establish a more equal and balanced new global partnership for development.

Fourth, persist in cooperation and win-win. We should combine our national interests with the common interests of all countries, establish a new concept of win-win, win-win, and win-win. We must adhere to the same boat, share power and responsibility, and work together to deal with global issues.

Fifth, adhere to tolerance. We must respect the diversity of civilizations, promote exchanges among different civilizations, learn from each other, complement each other, live in peace, and live in harmony.

Sixth, adhere to fairness and justice. We should jointly promote the democratization of international relations. Things in the world should be jointly discussed by governments and peoples of all countries. We should jointly promote the rule of law in international relations and promote compliance by all parties with international law and universally recognized basic principles of international relations. We should jointly promote the rationalization of international relations and advance the reform of the global governance system.

Xi Jinping stressed that China is an active advocate and firm practitioner of the five principles of peaceful coexistence. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence are the cornerstone of China’s foreign policy. China is a participant, builder and contributor to the contemporary international system. China will unswervingly follow the path of peaceful development, unswervingly develop friendly cooperation with all countries in the world on the basis of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, and unswervingly pursue the open strategy of mutual benefit and win-win outcome. At present, the Chinese people are striving to realize the Chinese dream of a great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. China’s dreams are in close touch with the dreams of the peoples of all countries in the world. The Chinese people are willing to support each other and help each other in the realization of their dreams. China is willing to develop and prosper together with other countries, especially its neighboring countries.

Xi Jinping announced that in recognition and encouragement of more people and groups to adhere to and promote the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, the Chinese government decided to establish the “Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence Friendship Award” and the “Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence Excellence Scholarship”.

In his speech, Wu Dengsheng stated that the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have withstood the test of time and become more mature. They have become the basic norms of international relations and are the cornerstone of Myanmar’s foreign policy. On the basis of the five principles of peaceful coexistence, the good-neighborly friendship and cooperation between Myanmar, China and India have developed in an all-round manner. Myanmar and China have peacefully resolved the border issue. We advocate that all countries abide by the five principles of peaceful coexistence and work together to promote world peace, stability, and development.

Ansari stated in his speech that the five principles of peaceful coexistence have eternal vitality. The three countries in India, China, and Myanmar have different stages of development. Based on the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, they can gather and assimilate differences, exchange ideas, strengthen cooperation, and develop together. The international community should practice the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and work together to meet various global challenges and promote the establishment of a world of peace, stability, prosperity and security.

Premier Li Keqiang presided over the meeting. Li Keqiang pointed out that in his speech, President Xi Jinping comprehensively expounded on the historical contribution and practical significance of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and the Chinese position on how to inherit and carry forward the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence in the new situation. The leaders of the three countries unanimously stressed that under the new situation, we must vigorously promote the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and jointly build a beautiful world of cooperation and mutual benefit. In the new historical period, China is ready to consolidate the bonds of good neighborliness, friendship and mutual benefit between China and India and China and Myanmar, maintain the good situation of peace, stability, and common development in Asia and work together to create a beautiful future for world peace and inclusive development.

Wang Huning, Li Yuanchao, Li Zhanshu, Zhang Baowen, Yang Jiechi, and Wang Jiarui attended the ceremony.

Responsible persons from relevant departments of the Central Government, the National People’s Congress, the State Council, and the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, representatives of relevant people’s organizations, academic institutions, and universities, and representatives from various countries in China, and representatives from international organizations in China attended the meeting.

Before the commemorative conference began, Xi Jinping and Wu Dengsheng and Ansari jointly met with representatives from China, Myanmar, and India who attended the Symposium commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence.
 
            

Xi Jinping exchanges messages with Indian President Burma

Congratulations on the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence

On June 28th, President Xi Jinping exchanged congratulatory messages on the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence with Indian President Pranab Mukherjee and Myanmar President Wu Dengsheng.

Xi Jinping, on behalf of the Chinese government and people, extended warm congratulations and good wishes to President Mukherjee and President Wu Dengsheng to the governments and people of India and Myanmar. Xi Jinping said that 60 years ago, China, India, and Myanmar jointly initiated the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. Today, we join peoples of all countries in commemorating this historic day. The proposal of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence is a major initiative in the history of international relations in the 20th century. In the past 60 years, the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have withstood the test of changing international conditions, and have been widely recognized and followed by the international community. They have become the basic guidelines for guiding state-to-state relations and have played an important role in promoting world peace and the cause of human progress. Under the new situation in which the international political and economic situation undergoes profound adjustments, the five principles of peaceful coexistence still have strong vitality and will surely make new contributions to the promotion of building a new type of international relations featuring equality, mutual trust, inclusiveness, and mutual benefit.

Xi Jinping stated that China and India are active practitioners of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. Since the first time, the two countries have been guided by the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and explored a way for neighboring countries to live together in peace and seek common development. China and India join hands to pursue a path of peaceful development, cooperation and development, and inclusive development. This will not only benefit the peoples of the two countries, but also help maintain the peace, stability, and development of Asia and the world at large. China is willing to work together with India to continue to use the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence as guidance to push China-India strategic partnership partnership for peace and prosperity to a new level.

Xi Jinping said that China and Myanmar are traditional friendly neighbors, and the peoples of the two countries have a deep friendship. Over the past 60 years, guided by the spirit of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, China-Myanmar good-neighborly and friendly relations have experienced increasingly prosperous and prosperous trials. The mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries in various fields has yielded fruitful results and brought great benefits to the peoples of the two countries. Under the new situation, we are ready to work with Myanmar to adhere to the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, uphold equality and mutual benefit, strengthen mutual trust and mutual assistance, promote pragmatic cooperation in various fields, expand friendly exchanges between the people of the two countries, and promote the continuous stability of the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries. Further development.

Xi Jinping stated that we are also willing to work together with other countries in the world to inherit and carry forward the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. We must uphold sovereign equality, achieve win-win cooperation, seek common security, safeguard fairness and justice, advocate a multi-polar world, share development achievements, and jointly open up a better future. future.

Mukherjee and Wu Dengsheng expressed their warm congratulations and good wishes to Xi Jinping and the Chinese government and people respectively in his message. Mukherjee stated that on the 1954 date, the joint statement issued by India and China formally put forward the five principles of peaceful coexistence. Subsequently, the five principles were also written into the Sino-Myanmar Joint Declaration. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence are an integral part of all important bilateral treaties and joint declarations of India and China. They are also the guiding principles for the two countries to handle their relations and their respective relations with Asia and even the world. In order to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, India and China decided to announce 2014 as the “India-China Year of Friendship” and plan to hold a series of friendly exchange activities. It is believed that mutual understanding and friendship between the peoples of the two countries will be deepened and promoted. The India-China Strategic Partnership has further developed.

Wu Dengsheng stated that the five principles of peaceful coexistence reflect the desire of Asia and other developing countries to achieve independence, the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, the historical trend of peace and development, and the common interests of the people of the world. It is believed that through this commemoration event, Myanmar, China, and India will deepen mutual understanding and cooperation, further firmly adhere to the five principles of peaceful coexistence, and work hand in hand for peace, stability, and prosperity in the region and around the world. It is believed that on the basis of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, the long-term friendship between China and Burma and the comprehensive strategic partnership will be further elevated to a new level.

(Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, June 28)
 
            

Promote the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence

– Speech at the 60th Anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence (June 28, 2014)

Dear President Wu Dengsheng,

Dear Vice President Ansari,

Honorable distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

Ladies and gentlemen, friends:

Today, we have gathered here to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. This is a common event of China, India, Myanmar, and the international community. It is of great significance to the promotion of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, the promotion of friendly cooperation among peoples of all countries and the promotion of world peace and development.

Here, on behalf of the Chinese government and the Chinese people, and in my own name, I would like to extend my warm welcome to all guests and friends.

Just now, President Wu Dengsheng and Vice President Ansari delivered an important and enthusiastic speech. I spoke highly of their remarks.

Sixty years ago, in the decolonization movement that rose after the end of the Second World War, the independence and liberation of the peoples in Asia, Africa, and Latin America flourished, and new-born countries were eager to establish equal international relations. China, India and Myanmar have responded to this historical trend and jointly advocated the Five Principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual non-aggression, non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence.

On June 28 and 29, 1954, China, India, China, and Myanmar respectively issued a joint statement, confirming that these five principles will be applied in mutual relations and their respective countries’ relations with Asia and other countries in the world. This is a major initiative in the history of international relations and has made historic contributions to promoting the establishment of a fair and reasonable new type of international relations.

In response to the past, we express our deep commemoration of the leaders of the three countries and older generation who jointly advocate the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, and pay high tribute to all people of insight in the countries that have long advocated the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence.

Today, we jointly commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. This is to discuss how to better carry forward the five principles in the new situation, promote the establishment of new-type international relations, and jointly build a beautiful world of cooperation and mutual benefit.

Ladies, gentlemen and friends!

The reason why the five principles of peaceful coexistence were born in Asia is because it inherits the Asian people’s ideological tradition of advocating peace. The Chinese nation has always advocated the concepts of “harmony,” “harmony, but not harmony,” “harmony, and universality,” and “love and non-attack.” People in Asian countries such as India and Myanmar have also always advocated the values ​​of benevolence, charity, and equality. Tagore, the great Indian poet, writes in the language of poetry: “Do you think that you can use war to gain friendship? Spring will sway away from your eyes.” The people of Burma established a peace tower to pray for world peace.

The five principles of peaceful coexistence vividly reflect the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and give these principles and principles a visible, feasible, and followable connotation. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence contain 4 “mutual” and 1 “total” words, which represent the new expectations of Asian countries for international relations, and also reflect the international spirit of the rule of law in the unity of rights, duties and responsibilities of all countries.

In the 1950s, under the guidance of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, the wind of friendship between China and India blew through the vast lands of the two countries. When Premier Zhou Enlai visited India, he could hear the cheers of “Panchahira Jindaba” (Long live the Five Principles) and “Qinibay Ba Yi in India” (the people of India and China are brothers). China and Myanmar have properly resolved the boundary issue under the guidance of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. In 1960, the two countries signed a border treaty. This is the first border treaty signed between New China and its neighboring countries. China and Myanmar also signed the Sino-Myanmar Treaty of Friendship and Non-Aggression, which is the first peace and friendship treaty between Asian countries.

In the past 60 years, the five principles of peaceful coexistence have not only taken root in China, India, and Myanmar, but also have gone deep into people’s hearts. They have also moved toward Asia and into the world. China, India, and Myanmar have made important contributions to this end. The Chinese side believes that summing up the practice of international relations and the five principles of peaceful coexistence have great vitality. The Indian side believes that if the five principles of peaceful coexistence are recognized in the mutual relations of all countries, then there will be almost no conflict and war in the world. The Myanmar side stated that the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence are the appropriate guiding principles for all countries.

Ladies, gentlemen and friends!

Over the past 60 years, following the vicissitudes of the international situation, the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, as an open and inclusive principle of international law, have embodied the values ​​of sovereignty, justice, democracy, and the rule of law.

– The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have become basic norms of international relations and basic principles of international law. The five principles of peaceful coexistence embody the essential characteristics of the new type of international relations. It is a united, mutually reinforcing and inseparable unity that applies to relations among various social systems, development levels, and economies of scale. In 1955, the ten principles adopted at the Bandung Conference were the extension and development of the five principles of peaceful coexistence. The Non-Aligned Movement, which emerged in the 1960s, used the five principles as guiding principles. The relevant declarations adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1970 and 1974 have accepted the five principles of peaceful coexistence. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have been adopted by a series of international organizations and international documents in the world today and have been widely endorsed and observed by the international community.

– The five principles of peaceful coexistence have effectively safeguarded the rights and interests of developing countries. The essence of the five principles of peaceful coexistence is that all countries’ sovereign rights are equal and they oppose any country’s monopoly on international affairs. This has provided the developing countries with powerful ideological weapons for safeguarding national sovereignty and independence, and has become a banner of solidarity, cooperation, and self-reliance among developing countries. It has deepened the mutual understanding and trust of developing countries, promoted South-South cooperation, and promoted North-South cooperation. Relationship improvement and development.

– The five principles of peaceful coexistence have played a positive role in promoting the establishment of a more just and equitable international political and economic order. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence abandon the law of the jungle, strengthen the anti-imperialist and anti-colonial forces, and accelerate the collapse of the colonial system. Against the backdrop of the Cold War confrontation between the East and the West, the so-called “big family”, “group politics”, and “sphere of influence” did not handle good state-to-state relations. Instead, they brought conflicts and intensified the situation. In stark contrast to this, the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have opened up a new road for the peaceful resolution of historical issues and international disputes between nations.

Ladies, gentlemen and friends!

The world today is undergoing profound and complex changes. The trend of peace, development, cooperation, and win-win situation has become stronger. The international community is increasingly becoming the community of fate among you and me. At the same time, the unfair inequality in international relations is still outstanding. Global challenges continue to emerge. Various regional conflicts and local wars are on the rise. Many people, especially children, still live in the smoke of war. Many developing countries The people are still suffering from hunger and cold. It is still a long way to go to maintain world peace and promote common development.

Under the new circumstances, the spirit of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence is not out of date, but it is timeless; the significance of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence is not diminished, but it is timeless; the role of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence is not weakened, but It is timeless.

“The road to benefit is always good.” Just now, President Wu Dengsheng and Vice President Ansari have all talked about the idea of ​​adhering to and promoting the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence in the new situation and promoting the building of new-type international relations and a better world. Advocate. On this issue, China, India, and Myanmar have extensive consensus. I would like to talk about a few points.

First, insist on equality of sovereignty. Sovereignty is the fundamental symbol of national independence and it is also a fundamental manifestation and reliable guarantee of national interests. Sovereignty and territorial integrity are inviolable. All countries should respect each other’s core interests and major concerns. These are the last resorts and cannot be abandoned at any time. They should not be shaken at any time.

The country, irrespective of its size, strength, and wealth, is an equal member of the international community and has the right to participate in international affairs on an equal footing. The affairs of each country should be managed by the people of all countries. We must respect the social systems and development paths independently chosen by various countries and oppose the use of illegal means to subvert the legitimate power of other countries for the sake of self-interest or self-interest.

Second, adhere to common security. Security should be universal. All countries have the right to participate in international and regional security affairs on an equal footing. They also have the responsibility of maintaining international and regional security. We must promote the concept of common, comprehensive, cooperative, and sustainable security and respect and guarantee the security of every country. No country can be safe while other countries are insecure. Some countries are safe while others are insecure. It is even more important not to sacrifice the security of other countries for their own absolute security. We must strengthen international and regional cooperation to jointly cope with the ever-increasing number of non-traditional security threats, resolutely crack down on all forms of terrorism, and eradicate the breeding ground for terrorism.

Treating disagreements and disputes between countries must be resolved through dialogue and consultation to resolve in a peaceful manner, increase mutual trust through dialogue, resolve disputes through dialogue, promote security through dialogue, and cannot resort to force or the threat of force. The enthusiasm for the use of force is not a powerful manifestation but a manifestation of the lack of morality and ideology. Only morality and philosophy-based security are solid foundations and truly lasting security. We must promote the establishment of an open, transparent, and equal new framework for Asia-Pacific security cooperation and promote the common maintenance of regional and world peace and security by all countries.

Third, adhere to common development. The sky is big enough, the earth is big enough, and the world is big enough to accommodate the common development and prosperity of all countries. Some countries are getting richer, others are chronically poor and backward, and this situation is not sustainable. As the water goes up, the river is full of water and everyone develops to develop everyone. In seeking development for themselves, all countries should actively promote the common development of other countries so that the development results can benefit more and more people.

We must jointly safeguard and develop an open world economy, work together to promote a strong, sustainable and balanced growth of the world economy, promote trade and investment liberalization and facilitation, adhere to open regional cooperation, oppose all forms of protectionism, and oppose any kind of ostracism. Pass on the intentions and practices of the crisis.

We must promote South-South cooperation and North-South dialogue, increase the capacity of developing countries to independently develop, push developed countries to shoulder more responsibilities, work hard to close the gap between North and South, establish a more equal and balanced new type of global development partnership, and lay a solid foundation for the long-term and stable development of the world economy.

Fourth, persist in cooperation and win-win. “Combination is strong, and isolation is weak.” Cooperation and win-win should become the basic policy orientation for countries to handle international affairs. Win-win cooperation is a universally applicable principle. It applies not only to the economic field but also to politics, security, culture, and other fields.

We should combine our national interests with the common interests of all countries and work hard to expand the confluence of the common interests of all parties. We must not set up here, dismantle the Taiwanese side, and complement Taiwan and Taiwan. It is necessary to actively establish a new concept of win-win, win-win, and win-win, and abandon the old thinking that you lose and win, and that winners take all you need to eat. “Every beauty is beautiful, beauty is beautiful, the United States and the United States are in common, and the world is in harmony.”

We must adhere to the same boat, share common responsibility and responsibility, and join hands to tackle the growing global issues of climate change, energy and resource security, cyber security, and major natural disasters, and jointly protect the earth’s home on which humankind lives.

Fifth, adhere to tolerance. The diversity of civilizations is a basic feature of human society. Today’s world has a population of 7 billion, more than 200 countries and regions, more than 2,500 nationalities, and more than 5,000 languages. Different nationalities and different civilizations are diverse and varied. There is no distinction between superiority and inferiority. Only distinctive features are distinguished.

“Everything is akin to genocide without harming each other, and the roads are parallel and not contrary to each other.” We must respect the diversity of civilizations, promote exchanges and dialogue among different civilizations, live together in peace, and live in harmony. We must not be alone, and belittle other civilizations and nations. The history of mankind tells us that attempting to establish a single civilization is an unrealistic fantasy.

Everyone has his strong and weak points. We must promote exchanges and mutual recognition, pay attention to the achievements of excellent civilizations created by different countries and different nationalities, learn from each other and complement each other, and draw together a beautiful picture of human civilization.

Sixth, adhere to fairness and justice. “The road to the city is also, and the world is public.” Equity and justice are the lofty goals pursued by the peoples of the world in the field of international relations. In today’s international relations, fairness and justice are far from being realized.

We should jointly promote the democratization of international relations. The fate of the world must be shared by the people of all countries. Things in the world should be handled by governments and people of all countries. The idea of ​​monopolizing international affairs is lagging behind the times, and actions to monopolize international affairs are certainly unsuccessful.

We should jointly promote the rule of law in international relations. Promote all parties in international relations to abide by international law and universally recognized basic principles of international relations, and use uniform and applicable rules to clarify right and wrong, promote peace, and seek development. “Factors are also the yardstick of the world.” In the international community, the law should be the common yardstick. There is no law that only applies to others and does not apply to them, and there is no law that applies only to themselves and does not apply to others. The applicable law cannot have double standards. We should jointly safeguard the authority and seriousness of international law and the international order. All countries should exercise their rights in accordance with the law, oppose the distortion of international law, and oppose the practice of infringing the legitimate rights and interests of other countries and undermining peace and stability in the name of “rule of law.”

We should jointly promote the rationalization of international relations. Adapting international forces to new changes and advancing the reform of the global governance system reflects the concerns and appeals of all parties and better safeguards the legitimate rights and interests of developing countries.

Ladies, gentlemen and friends!

China is an active advocate and firm practitioner of the five principles of peaceful coexistence. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have been included in the Chinese Constitution and are the cornerstone of China’s foreign policy. China is a participant, builder and contributor to the contemporary international system.

— China will unswervingly follow the path of peaceful development. Taking the road of peaceful development is a strategic choice made by China in accordance with the development trend of the times and its own fundamental interests. The Chinese people advocating “don’t do what they do not want to do to others.” China does not agree with the “National Power Must Be Hegemonist,” and there is no gene in the bloodstream of the Chinese that lords it as a tyrant and militarists. China will unswervingly follow the path of peaceful development. This is beneficial to China, beneficial to Asia, and beneficial to the world. No force can shake China’s belief in peaceful development. China firmly safeguards its own sovereignty, security, and development interests. It also supports other countries, especially the vast number of developing countries, in safeguarding their own sovereignty, security, and development interests. China persists in its principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries and will not impose its will on others. Even if it is powerful, it will never seek hegemony. China sincerely hopes that other countries will all take the road of peaceful development. Everyone will join hands to steer this road.

– China will unswervingly develop friendly cooperation with all countries in the world on the basis of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. “Whenever we hand in, we will have to believe each other, but far we must be loyal to our words.” China adheres to the principle of pro-religion, honesty, benefit, and tolerance, deepens mutually beneficial cooperation with neighboring countries, and strives to make its own development more conducive to neighboring countries. . China insists on developing countries as the basis of foreign policy, persists in the correct concept of righteousness and profits, and will always be a reliable friend and sincere partner of developing countries. China attaches importance to the status and role of major powers, commits itself to developing all-round cooperative relations with major powers, actively develops relations with the United States for a new type of big country, develops a comprehensive strategic partnership with Russia, and develops peace, growth, reform and a civilized partnership with Europe. Everyone works together to safeguard world peace and promote common development.

— China will unswervingly pursue the open strategy of mutual benefit and win-win outcome. China is promoting the implementation of major cooperation initiatives such as the Silk Road Economic Belt, the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, the Bangladesh-China-India-Burmese Economic Corridor, and the China-ASEAN Destiny Community. China will use this as an opportunity to comprehensively advance a new round of opening to the outside world and develop an open economy. The system has brought new opportunities and space for the development of Asia and the world.

At present, the Chinese people are striving to build a well-to-do society in an all-round way and realize the Chinese dream of a great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. China’s dreams are in close touch with the dreams of the peoples of all countries in the world. The Chinese people are willing to support each other and help each other in the realization of their dreams. China is willing to develop and prosper together with other countries, especially its neighboring countries.

Ladies, gentlemen and friends!

In order to recognize and encourage more people and groups to adhere to and promote the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, I would like to announce that the Chinese government has decided to establish the “Five Principles of Friendship for Peace and Coexistence” and “Five Scholarships for Peaceful Coexistence.”

There is an old Chinese saying: “A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” There is a saying in India: “A drop of water sinks into the river, and the ears of rice are bundled together.” The Burmese often say, “Think, you have to be a top-notch person; you must be down-to-earth.” China will continue to serve as a model for promoting the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. Together with India, Myanmar and the international community, China will promote the building of a harmonious world of lasting peace and common prosperity.

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Xi Jinping Attends the General Assembly of the 60th Anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and Delivers a Keynote Speech

Xinhua News: Xi Jinping attended the commemorative meeting on the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence in Beijing on the 28th and delivered a keynote speech. The conference was chaired by Li Keqiang, and Zhang Dejiang and Yu Zhengsheng attended the conference. Myanmar President Wu Dengsheng and Indian Vice President Ansari attended the meeting.
 
            

Xi Jinping: China does not agree with the “National Power Must Be Doctrinaire” and unswervingly pursues the path of peaceful development

The Communist Party of China News Network Beijing, June 28 (Reporter Yao Xie) This afternoon, the 60th Anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence was held in Beijing. Chinese President Xi Jinping attended the ceremony and delivered a keynote speech. In his speech, Xi Jinping said that the Chinese people admire “Do not do what you do not want to do to others.” China does not agree with the “National Power Must Be Hegemonist,” and there is no gene in the bloodstream of the Chinese that lords it as a tyrant and militarists. China will unswervingly follow the path of peaceful development. This is beneficial to China, beneficial to Asia, and beneficial to the world. No force can shake China’s belief in peaceful development.

Xi Jinping stated that China is an active advocate and firm practitioner of the five principles of peaceful coexistence. The five principles of peaceful coexistence in the Chinese Constitution are the cornerstone of China’s foreign policy. China is a participant, builder and contributor to the contemporary international system.

Xi Jinping said that China will unswervingly follow the path of peaceful development. Taking the road of peaceful development is a strategic choice made by China in accordance with the development trend of the times and its own fundamental interests. The Chinese people advocating “don’t do what they do not want to do to others.” China does not agree with the “National Power Must Be Hegemonist,” and there is no gene in the bloodstream of the Chinese that lords it as a tyrant and militarists. China will unswervingly follow the path of peaceful development. This is beneficial to China, beneficial to Asia, and beneficial to the world. No force can shake China’s belief in peaceful development. China firmly safeguards its own sovereignty, security, and development interests. It also supports other countries, especially the vast number of developing countries, in safeguarding their own sovereignty, security, and development interests. China persists in its principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries and will not impose its will on others. Even if it is powerful, it will never seek hegemony. China sincerely hopes that other countries will all take the road of peaceful development. Everyone will join hands to steer this road.

Xi Jinping said that China will unswervingly develop friendly cooperation with all countries in the world on the basis of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. “Whenever you make an agreement, you will have to believe each other. If you are far, you will be faithful.” China insists on deepening the mutually beneficial cooperation with neighboring countries in accordance with the concept of pro-integrity, honesty, benefit, and tolerance, and strives to make its development more beneficial to neighboring countries. China insists on developing countries as the basis of foreign policy, persists in the correct concept of righteousness and profits, and will always be a reliable friend and sincere partner of developing countries. China attaches importance to the status and role of major powers, commits itself to developing all-round cooperative relations with major powers, actively develops relations with the United States for a new type of big country, develops a comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership with Russia, and builds peace, growth, reform, and a civilized partnership with Europe. Everyone works together to safeguard world peace and promote common development.

Xi Jinping said that China will unswervingly pursue the open strategy of mutual benefit and win-win results. China is promoting the implementation of major cooperation initiatives such as the Silk Road Economic Belt, the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, the Bangladesh-China-India-Burma Economic Corridor, and the China-ASEAN Destiny Community. China will use this as an opportunity to comprehensively advance a new round of opening to the outside world and develop an open economy. The system has brought new opportunities and space for the development of Asia and the world.

Xi Jinping said: At present, the Chinese people are striving to build a well-to-do society in an all-round way and realize the Chinese dream of a great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. China’s dreams are in close touch with the dreams of the peoples of all countries in the world. The Chinese people are willing to support each other and help each other in the realization of their dreams. China is willing to develop and prosper together with other countries, especially its neighboring countries.

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Xi Jinping exchanges congratulatory messages with the presidents of India and Myanmar on the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence

On June 28th, President Xi Jinping exchanged congratulatory messages on the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence with Indian President Pranab Mukherjee and Myanmar President Wu Dengsheng.

Xi Jinping, on behalf of the Chinese government and people, extended warm congratulations and good wishes to President Mukherjee and President Wu Dengsheng to the governments and people of India and Myanmar. Xi Jinping said that 60 years ago, China, India, and Myanmar jointly initiated the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. Today, we join peoples of all countries in commemorating this historic day. The proposal of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence is a major initiative in the history of international relations in the 20th century. In the past 60 years, the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence have withstood the test of changing international conditions, and have been widely recognized and followed by the international community. They have become the basic guidelines for guiding state-to-state relations and have played an important role in promoting world peace and the cause of human progress. Under the new situation in which the international political and economic situation undergoes profound adjustments, the five principles of peaceful coexistence still have strong vitality and will surely make new contributions to the promotion of building a new type of international relations featuring equality, mutual trust, inclusiveness, and mutual benefit.

Xi Jinping stated that China and India are active practitioners of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. Since the first time, the two countries have been guided by the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and explored a way for neighboring countries to live together in peace and seek common development. China and India join hands to pursue a path of peaceful development, cooperation and development, and inclusive development. This will not only benefit the peoples of the two countries, but also help maintain the peace, stability, and development of Asia and the world at large. China is willing to work together with India to continue to use the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence as guidance to push China-India strategic partnership partnership for peace and prosperity to a new level.

Xi Jinping said that China and Myanmar are traditional friendly neighbors, and the peoples of the two countries have a deep friendship. Over the past 60 years, guided by the spirit of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, China-Myanmar good-neighborly and friendly relations have experienced increasingly prosperous and prosperous trials. The mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries in various fields has yielded fruitful results and brought great benefits to the peoples of the two countries. Under the new situation, we are ready to work with Myanmar to adhere to the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, uphold equality and mutual benefit, strengthen mutual trust and mutual assistance, promote pragmatic cooperation in various fields, expand friendly exchanges between the people of the two countries, and promote the continuous stability of the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries. Further development.

Xi Jinping stated that we are also willing to work together with other countries in the world to inherit and carry forward the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence. We must uphold sovereign equality, achieve win-win cooperation, seek common security, safeguard fairness and justice, advocate a multi-polar world, share development achievements, and jointly open up a better future. future.

Mukherjee and Wu Dengsheng expressed their warm congratulations and good wishes to Xi Jinping and the Chinese government and people respectively in his message. Mukherjee stated that on the 1954 date, the joint statement issued by India and China formally put forward the five principles of peaceful coexistence. Subsequently, the five principles were also written into the Sino-Myanmar Joint Declaration. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence are an integral part of all important bilateral treaties and joint declarations of India and China. They are also the guiding principles for the two countries to handle their relations and their respective relations with Asia and even the world. In order to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, India and China decided to announce 2014 as the “India-China Year of Friendship” and plan to hold a series of friendly exchange activities. It is believed that mutual understanding and friendship between the peoples of the two countries will be deepened and promoted. The India-China Strategic Partnership has further developed.

Wu Dengsheng stated that the five principles of peaceful coexistence reflect the desire of Asia and other developing countries to achieve independence, the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, the historical trend of peace and development, and the common interests of the people of the world. It is believed that through this commemoration event, Myanmar, China, and India will deepen mutual understanding and cooperation, further firmly adhere to the five principles of peaceful coexistence, and work hand in hand for peace, stability, and prosperity in the region and around the world. It is believed that on the basis of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, the long-term friendship between China and Burma and the comprehensive strategic partnership will be further elevated to a new level. (Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, June 28)
 
            

President Xi Jinping will pay a state visit to South Korea

Beijing, June 27 (Reporter Song Haoxin) Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Qin Gang announced at a regular press conference on the 27th that at the invitation of the President of the Republic of Korea Park Geun-hye, President Xi Jinping will pay a state visit to South Korea from July 3rd to 4th. .

Qin Gang said that during President Xi Jinping’s visit to South Korea, he will hold talks with President Park Geun-hye and exchange views on bilateral relations and international and regional issues of common interest.

Qin Gang said that China and South Korea have extensive common interests. Since the establishment of diplomatic ties, the two countries have made remarkable achievements in cooperation in various fields in the spirit of mutual respect, equality, mutual benefit, peaceful coexistence and good-neighborly friendship. They have become important cooperative partners in many fields. China and South Korea are mutually important development opportunities. The cooperation between the two countries has great potential and broad prospects. Both sides should strengthen understanding, trust, and cooperation to better benefit the people of the two countries. It is also important to promote peace, stability, and prosperity in the region and Asia.

Qin Gang said that President Xi Jinping’s visit to South Korea is of great significance. The leaders of the two countries will further plan and promote exchanges and cooperation in various fields and push the China-ROK strategic partnership of cooperation to a new level.

The People’s Daily (June 28, 2014 01)