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Minor differences, disputes should be resolved through dialogue: Xi Jinping at G20 conference

Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Saturday that his country is ready to pursue peaceful co-existence with all countries on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit, and at the same time negotiated and resolved disputes through disputes and disputes. Suggested to solve. Jinping, while addressing the virtual G20 summit organized by King Salman of Saudi Arabia, said that China will always be the creator of global peace, contributor to global development and a protector of international order.

He further said, China is ready for peaceful co-existence and common development with all countries on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit. In the backdrop of a more than six-month-long military standoff between India and China in East Ladakh, Chinfing said, “We can resolve differences through dialogue, resolve disputes through dialogue and promote world peace and development.” Can make a joint effort for.

Saudi Arabia is chairing the G20 this year and is the host of this virtual summit, with leaders from the world’s most developed economies like the US, China, India, Turkey, France, Britain and Brazil coming together. This virtual session is being held on Saturday and Sunday and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also among those attending.

Chinfing called on Kovid-19 to fight jointly, saying that the G20 members had to play a special role in it. He said, “We must first keep the disease under control in our country and strengthen cooperation to help needy countries on that basis.

The country has been hit by the Kovid-19 epidemic that began in Wuhan, China last year, with 5.77 million people worldwide, and more than 13.76 million people have died.

Chinfing said that many G20 members have made significant progress in the research and production of the vaccine. He also said that the World Health Organization should be supported to carry out vaccination work without discrimination and efficiently.

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