China proposes initiatives to promote global and inclusive progress

The proposals were presented by Foreign Minister Wang Yi at a meeting on the subject with counterparts from around the world and held in the context of the 77th session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly, the Foreign Ministry confirmed.

According to the diplomatic chief, Beijing will launch 50 cooperation projects in fields such as the fight against poverty, food security and industrialization, and will sign agreements with UN agencies to implement agricultural programs.

China will implement a global association dedicated to developing clean energy sources, promote the introduction of intelligent systems in customs and border services, as well as create an alliance on digital education.

Another proposal is the plan to increase the use of bamboo and rattan instead of plastic, as well as expand access to satellite data in order to accelerate progress in poor nations.

However, Wang Yi stressed that realizing these initiatives requires the joint efforts of the international community, strengthening the role of the UN, and adhering to the principles of extensive consultation and shared benefits.

The meeting with nations that are friends of China’s initiative for global development was held on Tuesday and is one of the activities carried out by the foreign minister while he is at the headquarters of the global organization in New York to attend the 77th session of the General Assembly.

In addition to participating in the conclave, his agenda includes bilateral dialogues, meetings with counterparts from the Brics group (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), the quartet of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, and the troika of the Cooperation Council of the Gulf.

Likewise, he will talk with the Secretary General of the UN, Antonio Guterres; the president of the General Assembly, Csaba Korosi, and leaders of other diplomatic missions.

The international conclave opened its 77th session on the 13th and the high-level debate will last from the 20th to the 26th.



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