Wang Yi: China and Kyrgyzstan Reach Consensus on Jointly Building a Community of Shared Future
2022-07-31: [Article Link] On 30 July 2022 local time (journalist U Jianwu), the Xinhua Society held a meeting with journalists following a meeting between the State Councillor and the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Wang Yi, and the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan, Kurubayev, in Taliban. Wang Yi said that China’s relations had been tested by the wind and rain, and that they had gone a long way. Under the strategic leadership of the two heads of state, the two countries had become truly good neighbours, good friends, good partners, and brothers. There are no major differences or outstanding issues between the two countries, and it is friendship, friendship, re-relationship and cooperation that the two sides seek. At the beginning of a new history, China stands ready to work with the Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the establishment of a relationship, in order to create a brighter future for cooperation between the two countries and more for the benefit of the people of the Middle East. Both sides believe that the overall strategic partnership between China and the Democratic Republic of the Congo should be advanced to a higher level. In view of the development of relations over the next 30 years, it has been decided to build a Central and Central Asian community of destiny, making a positive contribution to the construction of a closer Chinese-Central Asian community of destiny and a community of human destinies.
Both sides believe that, in the face of the current complex regional and international challenges, the implementation of the Global Development Initiative and the Global Security Initiative proposed by President Xi should be accelerated in order to promote stability and development in Central Asia, to oppose together the creation of instability and division in the region, to uphold genuine multilateralism, to uphold together the basic norms of international relations and to work with the international community to unite in confronting global challenges. Both sides agreed to further strengthen the strategic collaboration between the two countries. They remained steadfast in their support for each other's interests in sovereignty, security and development, in their support for each other's pursuit of a path of development appropriate to their national circumstances, and in their firm opposition to any interference by external forces in the internal affairs of the two countries.
The parties unanimously decided to speed up the construction of a “one-way” of high-quality co-locations, and they considered that the Central and Giou Railway was a strategic project for regional connectivity, and that the timing and conditions for the launching of this important project were ripe. The first teams of Chinese experts have arrived in China in recent days, and the process of embarking on the railways has begun. The parties will also speed up the implementation of major and popular projects such as water channels, regional and municipal road networks, opening new border crossings, and facilitating the smooth movement of people and goods. China will soon complete the construction of the Luban workshop in Jie, which will produce more highly skilled professionals for the development of the country.
(Concerned by Shiraito, Yuanbou)