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China’s diplomatic policies open new spaces for collaboration

China’s diplomatic policies, under the leadership of President Xi Jinping, are opening new opportunities to seek peace and prosperity for humanity, expressed Ronnie Lins, director of the Center China & Brazil: Research and Business (CCB) thinktank.

(SOUNDBITE, Portuguese) Ronnie Lins, director of the Center China & Brazil: Research and Business (CCB) thinktank
” China has built a network of efficient and well organized diplomatic relations. I prefer to divide this policy into four part. The first covers its relationship with developed countries. For example, President Xi visited the U.S. in 2015 to address relations linked to security, such as nuclear power and the fight against terrorism,”.

This first part also covers meetings he has held with the likes of France and the U.K., with whom Xi has discussed matters related to innovation.

The second category of China’s international relations covers its ties with developing countries, which Xi and Premier Li Keqiang have visited in recent years, such as Brazil and other countries in Latin America, where they have signed a number of various agreements.

(SOUNDBITE, Portuguese) Ronnie Lins, director of the Center China & Brazil: Research and Business (CCB) thinktank
” I would also like to highlight Xi’s visits to Africa, where China is building up relations in order to help the continent reach its full growth potential. Xi’s activities in Africa are particularly valuable, given the creation of thinktanks, who tackle problems ranging from innovation to energy and poverty reduction.”

Thirdly, the Brazilian specialist highlights China’s activities in international bodies, such as the BRICS, the G20, and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

(SOUNDBITE, Portuguese) Ronnie Lins, director of the Center China & Brazil: Research and Business (CCB) thinktank
” These actions are highly important to China’s geopolitical expansion in a globalized world where it must engage with every country,”.

Finally, the last part of China’s diplomatic policy concerns its neighboring countries.

(SOUNDBITE, Portuguese) Ronnie Lins, director of the Center China & Brazil: Research and Business (CCB) thinktank
“These relations are focused on two very positive projects, namely the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Economic Belt. These projects involve many countries, who seek mutual economic and political benefits.”
These measures guarantee security in the region. All sides would win out, as China’s neighbors and China’s itself would see economic development,” he concluded.

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