The forces in the world that long for peace, stability, development and cooperation have been strengthening constantly. The Cold War mentality and power politics have been increasingly discarded ~ Chen Bo
At present, the development of humankind is indeed facing major challenges, such as the dragging on of the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical tensions and sluggish economic growth. However, with the rise of challenges and risks, the forces in the world that long for peace, stability, development and cooperation have also been strengthening constantly. The Cold War mentality and power politics have been increasingly discarded. Last November, the Communist Party of China held its 20th National Congress, which set China’s goals, tasks and major policies over the next five years or even longer.
We will bring more new opportunities to the world with our own development, provide more certainty to the world with the continuity of domestic and foreign policies, and inject stronger impetus into international cooperation with Chinese-style modernisation. As President Xi Jinping put it, in the face of challenges, it is imperative that all countries embrace the vision of a community with a shared future for humankind, and advocate peace, development and win-win cooperation. All countries should replace division with unity, confrontation with cooperation, and exclusion with inclusiveness. The year 2023 is coming. It’s my sincere hope that the world will emerge from the haze of the pandemic and accelerate the pace of its economic development. I believe that China-Serbia cooperation, based on win-win cooperation, will achieve more results and promote the prosperity and development of our two countries.