China's President Xi Jinping pushes global cooperation, saying 'arrogant isolation will always fail'

25/01/2021 10:13:00 PM

Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for a return to multilateralism, with leaders working together to put the global economy back on track, in his first speech since his US counterpart Joe Biden took office.

Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for a return to multilateralism, with leaders working together to put the global economy back on track, in his first speech since his US counterpart Joe Biden took office.

Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for a return to multilateralism, with leaders working together to put the global economy back on track, in his first speech since his US counterpart Joe Biden took office.

(CNN) --Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for a return to multilateralism, with leaders working together to put the global economy back on track, in his first speech since his US counterpart, Joe Biden, took office.Speaking at the Davos Agenda event hosted by the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Monday, Xi urged increased global cooperation in response to the coronavirus pandemic and said that to"slip into arrogant isolation will always fail."

"For the first time in history, the economies of all regions have been hit hard at the same time, with global industrial and supply chains clogged and trade and investment down in the doldrums. Despite the trillions of dollars in relief packages worldwide, global recovery is rather shaky and the outlook remains uncertain," Xi said.

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Xi Jinping urges world leaders to put aside divisions in virtual Davos speech

endIndex: (CNN) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for a return to multilateralism, with leaders working together to put the global economy back on track, in his first speech since his US counterpart, Joe Biden, took office.Biden prioritized economic and military issues, and mentioned potential areas of cooperation, including climate change and nuclear proliferation, while calling China out on a range of issues related to its nefarious use of technology, unfair trade and human rights abuses, the senior official said.Chinese President Xi Jinping has reiterated the need to fight corruption if the country is to achieve its economic and political goals.Feb 11, 2021 1:04 PM PHT Rappler.

Speaking at the Davos Agenda event hosted by the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Monday, Xi urged increased global cooperation in response to the coronavirus pandemic and said that to"slip into arrogant isolation will always fail." "For the first time in history, the economies of all regions have been hit hard at the same time, with global industrial and supply chains clogged and trade and investment down in the doldrums. Biden planned to"indicate that this isn't just about American values, it's about universal values," the senior official said before the phone call. Despite the trillions of dollars in relief packages worldwide, global recovery is rather shaky and the outlook remains uncertain," Xi said. "The struggle between corruption and anti-corruption efforts will continue to exist for a long period to come," he said. The Chinese president called on governments"to abandon ideological prejudice and jointly follow a path of peaceful coexistence, mutual benefit and win-win cooperation." Biden, the readout added,"underscored his fundamental concerns about Beijing's coercive and unfair economic practices, crackdown in Hong Kong, human rights abuses in Xinjiang, and increasingly assertive actions in the region, including toward Taiwan." Xi continued his theme of inclusion throughout the address, adding:"To build small circles or start a new Cold War . Xi also told Biden that he hopes the United States will cautiously handle matters related to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Xinjiang that deal with matters of China's sovereignty and territorial integrity, according to an account of the discussions reported by Chinese state television on Thursday.

. This means embracing China where possible, while calling it out in other matters, such as its human rights abuses... will only push the world into division and even confrontation. "We have maintained the tariffs that were laid down over the course of the past few years, not because we think that that trade war was particularly successful, but rather because we believe that we have to very carefully, in consultation with allies and partners, in consultation with the Congress, work through the sources of leverage we have," the senior official said." While Xi did not explicitly refer to any other country or world leader, he did say that humanity had"learned lessons the hard way" and that"history is not long gone" when talking about divisions. Xi has been fighting an anti-corruption campaign since taking office in 2012. The President said actors in the global community should not be"beating each other like a wrestling area," and warned the world was at risk of falling"back into the world of the jungle" if multilateralism is abandoned. Last week, the US Navy also sent a guided-missile destroyer through the Taiwan Strait, the first time during the Biden administration a US warship has gone through the waterway that separates China and Taiwan.

Xi also called for commitment from all countries to promote and maintain smooth supply chains, particularly during the pandemic, and said that vaccines should be considered public goods and be made affordable for all countries. "It is especially important to scale up cooperation on the R&D [research and development], production and distribution of vaccines and make them public goods that are truly accessible and affordable to people in all countries," he said. Biden announced Wednesday that the Department of Defense has established a task force focused on US strategy toward China. Xi also urged regulatory bodies and other authorities to tighten oversight and governance in the financial sector. The Chinese leader added that his nation had provided help to more than 150 countries and 13 international organizations, as well as sending 36 teams of medical experts to countries in need. He also stressed that China would"continue to share its experience" while working for greater accessibility of COVID-19 vaccines in developing countries. Biden said the task force would draw on civilian and military experts across the Department of Defense and would provide recommendations to Austin"within the next few months" on"key priorities and decision points. "We hope these efforts will contribute to an early and complete victory over the coronavirus throughout the world," Xi said. The CCDI said in December that 32 officials at the provincial or ministerial level were investigated last year.

A year has passed since the central Chinese city of Wuhan was placed under the world's first coronavirus lockdown on January 23. That's how we'll meet the China challenge and ensure the American people win the competition of the future," Biden said. It has not reported a local infection in months. And while many countries have been forced to reintroduce stay-at-home measures, China has rescinded many of the regulations it put in place to tame the virus. Biden"obviously spent a lot of time with Xi Jinping over the years although this will be their first leader-to-leader call," the senior official said before the call. Xie Maosong, a political scientist at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said officials were not only taking cash bribes but engaging in different kinds of corruption. Monday's speech was the second time Xi has addressed political and business leaders at the WEF event, which is normally held in Davos, Switzerland, but was postponed until the summer as a result of the ongoing pandemic. His previous address was in 2017, days before Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States..

Biden is inheriting a tense, complicated relationship with China from his predecessor. "Financial security is an important part of national security. The Trump administration spent the bulk of the last four years piling pressure on the United States' biggest economic rival. so we can work through challenges," the senior official added. In recent weeks, things have only become more heated as Washington slapped additional restrictions on Chinese business and investment. The Davos Agenda event continues throughout the week with French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu among the speakers.com,. South China Morning Post Publishers Ltd. This story was first published on CNN.

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