Davos Agenda 2021 – Xi Jinping Speech

Xi Jinping stresses to uphold multilateralism at virtual Davos Agenda 2021 – Jan. 25, 2021

Here are some key statements that President Xi made in relation to the G20, the U.N., and other One-World organizations. It comes as a clear confirmstion of my blog post from yesterday. (Very Interesting).

We should strengthen the G20 as the premier forum for global economic governance.

The Charter of the United Nations is the basic and universally recognized norms governing state-to-state relations.

We need to be resolute in championing the international rule of law, and steadfast in our resolve to safeguard the international system centered around the UN and the international order based on international law.

…we should stay committed to keeping up with the times instead of rejecting change. The world is undergoing changes unseen in a century, and now is the time for major development and major transformation. To uphold multilateralism in the 21st century,

We need to give full play to the role of the World Health Organization in building a global community of health for all. We need to advance reform of the World Trade Organization and the international financial and monetary system…

We need to deliver on the Paris Agreement on climate change and promote green development. We need to give continued priority to development, implement the 2030 Agenda…

Here is a full transcipt: http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2021-01/25/c_139696610.htm

It definately was an attack against President Trump’s “America First” policy, statements, and attitude over the past years toward China and the WEF.

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