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Solve the governance dilemma with a broader global response

Solve the governance dilemma with a broader global response

January 25, President Xi Jinping attended the World Economic Forum’s “Davos Agenda” Dialogue and delivered a special speech. President Xi Jinping stressed that “multilateralism in the 21st century should adhere to the new and face the future.

It should not only adhere to the core values and basic principles of multilateralism, but also reform and improve the global governance system based on the changes in the world pattern, focus on the need to meet global challenges, and reform and improve the global governance system on the basis of extensive consultation and consensus-building.”

The global pandemic of COVID-19 once again highlights the difficulties and difficulties facing the global governance system. In the era of economic globalization, public health emergencies similar to the COVID-19 epidemic will never be the last.

If you want to better deal with the global problems facing mankind, we should improve global governance with a more rational global response and give better play to the overall strength of all mankind.

To improve global governance, we should unswervingly safeguard the international system with the United Nations at its core and the international order based on international law, safeguard the authority and effectiveness of multilateral institutions, and respect the basic framework of multilateralism.

In recent years, some Western politicians have applied international rules and abandoned international rules, and promoted “selective multilateralism”, which has repeatedly damaged multilateralism.

If this trend is allowed to develop, international law will be eroded, and the world will eventually slide to the jungle law of the jungle, with disastrous consequences for mankind.

No country has the right to take charge of international affairs, dominate the fate of other countries, monopolize the advantages of development, let alone hegemonic, bully or bully in the world.

All countries have the responsibility to safeguard the authority of the rule of law at the international level.

They should adhere to the coordination and regulation of relations among countries through systems and rules, jointly maintain universal security, jointly share the fruits of development, and jointly control the destiny of the world.

To improve global governance, we should base on the changes in the world pattern and focus on the need to meet global challenges. At present, the development gap between the North and the South of the United countries is widening, and even solidifying momentum, which may trigger deeper crises and risks.

The international community should provide necessary support for the development of developing countries, strive to narrow the development gap between developed and developing countries, promote equal rights, equal opportunities and rules, and lay a solid foundation for promoting greater prosperity and stability in the world in the future.

China is a firm supporter, defender and practitioner of multilateralism and has always firmly safeguarded the international system with the United Nations at its core.

As a firm member of developing countries, China has continuously deepened South-South cooperation, helped other developing countries reduce poverty and improve people’s livelihood, promoted the narrowing of the development gap between the North and the South and the elimination of the development deficit, making great contributions to improving global governance.

In the face of various global challenges in the future, China will more actively promote the improvement of the global governance system and promote the development of economic globalization towards a more open, inclusive, inclusive, balanced and win-win direction.

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