Vietnam vows to take active part in China-proposed initiatives: Wang Yi

BEIJING: The Vietnamese side vowed to firmly support and actively participate in the key global initiatives proposed by China, said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (pic) on Thursday (Dec 14).

Wang, also a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, made the remarks when briefing the press on the state visit to Vietnam by Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chinese president.

Wang noted the Vietnamese leaders agreed that the key global initiatives proposed by Xi, including the Belt and Road Initiative, the Global Development Initiative, the Global Security Initiative and the Global Civilization Initiative, aim at safeguarding the common interests of the entire humanity, and demonstrate the sense of responsibility of the Chinese side, as well as China's key guiding role in international development and cooperation.

The Vietnamese leaders also said that these initiatives have gained extensive support and positive response from the international community. - Xinhua

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