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Countries should consider themselves part of community with shared future: Xi

2020-09-23 16:24:22 来源: 非洲时报 阅读 (7380次)
 

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1. Various of UN flag, UN headquarters

UN Headquarters, New York City - Sept 22, 2020 (Pool - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Chinese President Xi Jinping delivering speech at General Debate of 75th United Nations General Assembly via video link

Beijing, China - Sept 22, 2020 (Pool - No access Chinese mainland)
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Xi Jinping, Chinese President:
"People of all countries are closely connected, with a shared future. No country can gain from others' difficulties or maintain stability by taking advantage of others' troubles. To pursue a beggar-thy-neighbor policy or just watch from a safe distance when others are in danger will eventually land one in the same trouble faced by others. We need to consider ourselves part of a community with a shared future, and jump out of small circles and the zero-sum game mindset. We should see each other as members of the same big family, pursue win-win cooperation, rise above ideological disputes and not fall into the trap of 'clash of civilizations', and show mutual respect in countries' choices of their own paths and patterns in development. We should make efforts to turn diversity of the world into constant source of inspiration driving human advancement and ensure that human civilizations remain colorful and diversified."

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4. Aerial shot of port scene, containers

Beijing, China - Sept 22, 2020 (Pool - No access Chinese mainland)
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Xi Jinping, Chinese President:
"Economic globalization is a historical trend. Burying one's head in the sand like an ostrich in the face of economic globalization or trying to fight it with Don Quixote's lance goes against the trend of history. The world will never return to isolation, and no one can sever the ties between countries. Countries should not dodge the challenges of economic globalization and must face up to major issues such as the wealth gap and the development divide."

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6. Various of UN office, flags of UN, member states
 

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Countries should consider themselves part of a community with a shared future, said Chinese President Xi Jinping at the General Debate of the 75th session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly Tuesday.

Xi delivered a speech via video, in which he talked about the revelation of the COVID-19 pandemic.

"People of all countries are closely connected, with a shared future. No country can gain from others' difficulties or maintain stability by taking advantage of others' troubles. To pursue a beggar-thy-neighbor policy or just watch from a safe distance when others are in danger will eventually land one in the same trouble faced by others. We need to consider ourselves part of a community with a shared future, and jump out of small circles and the zero-sum game mindset. We should see each other as members of the same big family, pursue win-win cooperation, rise above ideological disputes and not fall into the trap of 'clash of civilizations', and show mutual respect in countries' choices of their own paths and patterns in development. We should make efforts to turn diversity of the world into constant source of inspiration driving human advancement and ensure that human civilizations remain colorful and diversified," said Xi.

Xi said the world will never return to isolation, and nations must face up to challenges brought by economic globalization.

"Economic globalization is a historical trend. Burying one's head in the sand like an ostrich in the face of economic globalization or trying to fight it with Don Quixote's lance goes against the trend of history. The world will never return to isolation, and no one can sever the ties between countries. Countries should not dodge the challenges of economic globalization and must face up to major issues such as the wealth gap and the development divide," said Xi.