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27 September,

China's vision seen in openness of foreign policies

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President Xi Jinping's vision for building a community with a shared future for mankind is reflected in the transparency and predictability of the nation's foreign policies, a senior expert of international studies said on Wednesday, Eurasia Diary reports citing China Daily.

By championing such a vision, the country tells the world what kind of relationship it wants to have with the rest of the world when it becomes stronger, Ruan Zongze, executive vice-president of the China Institute of International Studies, said at a news briefing organized by the State Council Information Office in Beijing.

Ruan said China is pursuing a path of peaceful development, and has been active in making greater contributions to the peaceful development of humankind as a whole while developing itself.

That's why it advocates the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, with efforts focused on constructing an open, inclusive, clean and beautiful world that enjoys lasting peace, universal security and common prosperity, he added.

The Fourth Plenary Session of the 19th Communist Party of China Central Committee, a tone-setting Party meeting held at the end of October, reiterated China's commitment in a milestone document that said China will hold high the banner of peace, development and winwin cooperation, unswervingly safeguard the country's sovereignty, security and development interests, resolutely uphold world peace and promote common development.

It remains committed to advancing the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, upholding the perspective of global governance that features extensive consultations and joint contribution with the benefits shared by all, advocating for multilateralism and democratization of international relations and pushing for reforms of global economic governance mechanisms.

Ruan said that China's vision comes as the world undergoes profound and complex changes unseen in a century, and it is an option to benefit world development.

China does not impose itself on others, nor does it want to take the place of the United States' status in the world as has been claimed by some people, he added.

In terms of China-US relations, Ruan said their common interests are greater than their differences.

Ruan said he is not pessimistic about future relations between Beijing and Washington. He said he expects that the two countries will reach an agreement about their trade disputes as long as negotiations are based on equality, mutual respect and, particularly, both sides taking into account each other's major concerns

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