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Wang Yi meets with the Speaker of the Korean National Assembly Park Bing-seok

Wang Yi meets with the Speaker of the Korean National Assembly Park Bing-seok

On November 27, 2020 local time, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with the Speaker of the Korean National Assembly Park Bing Suk in Seoul.

Park Bingxi asked Wang Yi to convey his sincere greetings to Li Zhanshu, Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress. Park Bing-seok said that South Korea-China relations are vital to the prosperity and stability of both countries and Northeast Asia. 

Seeing the truth in adversity, South Korea and China have supported each other in the fight against the new crown pneumonia epidemic and have become a model for the world. 

South Korea spoke highly of President Xi Jinping’s important propositions of upholding multilateralism and openness and inclusiveness put forward at the G20 Summit, and appreciated China’s proposal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. 

The South Korean National Assembly will strongly support the strengthening of South Korea-China relations and hopes that the two countries will establish a parliamentary strategic dialogue mechanism to promote bilateral cultural exchanges and cooperation in the fields of environment and climate change.

Taking the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries as an opportunity, promote the further development of bilateral relations. 

The South Korean side appreciates China’s important contribution to advancing the peace process on the peninsula and advocates that the leadership of the peninsula issue should be in the hands of the people in the north and south of the peninsula, and the peninsula issue should be resolved through dialogue and cooperation.

It is hoped that China will play a greater role in maintaining peace and stability on the peninsula.

Wang Yi conveyed the cordial greetings from Li Zhanshu, Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress to Park Bing-seok. 

Wang Yi said that China has full confidence in South Korea’s victory over the epidemic, and is full of expectations for strengthening China-South Korea strategic cooperation in the post-epidemic period. 

Over the past 30 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and South Korea, the relations between the two countries have developed significantly, which has not only achieved win-win cooperation between the two sides, but also promoted the stable development of the region. 

In the face of major changes unseen in a century, China is willing to work with South Korea to gather wisdom from all walks of life between the two countries through the “China-Korea Relations Future Development Committee” to plan the long-term development of bilateral relations.

Promote bilateral cooperation from a global perspective, and promote China-South Korea relations in the next Achieve greater development in 30 years and make greater contributions to the region and the world. 

China is willing to strengthen parliamentary exchanges with South Korea, promote cultural exchanges, and deepen cooperation in various fields. 

The North and the South are the masters of the peninsula. China supports the improvement of relations between the North and the South, advances the reconciliation process, and is committed to finally achieving long-term peace and stability on the peninsula. 

As a close neighbor of the peninsula, China is willing to continue to play a constructive role in this regard.

Wang Yi Meets with Moon Jeong-in, Special Assistant to the President of the Republic of Korea for Unification of Foreign Affairs and Security

Wang Yi Meets with Moon Jeong-in, Special Assistant to the President of the Republic of Korea for Unification of Foreign Affairs and Security

On November 27, 2020 local time, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met in Seoul with Moon Jeong-in, Special Assistant to the President of the Republic of Korea for Unified Diplomacy and Security.

Wang Yi said that today’s world is facing a century of change, and the international situation is accelerating adjustments and changes. The epidemic has once again demonstrated that the destiny of mankind is shared by all, and the interests of all countries are closely linked. 

The “zero-sum game” cannot solve domestic problems, and unilateralism cannot cope with global challenges. 

The attempt to instigate the “new cold war” goes against the trend of historical development. Adhering to multilateralism and strengthening coordination and cooperation are the right ways to overcome the current crisis and challenges. 

China is willing to work together with South Korea, guided by the important consensus of the two heads of state, and in accordance with the fundamental interests of the two peoples, plan the blueprint for bilateral relations, do a good job in the docking of development strategies, enrich the content of practical cooperation, and promote the stability and long-term development of bilateral relations.

China and South Korea should also jointly advance the process of regional cooperation, safeguard international fairness and justice, and work together to build a better Asia and the world.

Moon Jung-in said that China’s development achievements are unprecedented in the world’s history, and all walks of life in South Korea are full of expectations for the development of China’s economy and South Korea-China relations. 

The South Korean side supports multilateralism, fairness and justice, advocates the resolution of various issues facing the world through dialogue and consultation, and opposes all forms of “new cold war” words and deeds. 

The South Korean side is willing to strengthen the alignment of the “New South” policy with the “Belt and Road” initiative, create more success stories of win-win cooperation between South Korea and China, promote the process of regional integration, and promote world stability and prosperity.

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