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Wang Yi Meets with Chief Advisor of the Presidency of Brazil Celso Luiz Nunes Amorim

2023-07-25 09:08

On July 24, 2023 local time, Director of the Office of the Central Commission for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi met with Chief Advisor of the Presidency of Brazil Celso Luiz Nunes Amorim in Johannesburg.

Wang Yi said that China and Brazil, the biggest developing countries in the Eastern and Western hemispheres, share common strategic interests. China is ready to work with Brazil to deepen strategic mutual trust, expand strategic cooperation, strengthen the alignment between the Belt and Road Initiative and Brazil's development strategies, such as re-industrialization and the Growth Acceleration Program, explore more common interests and growth drivers for cooperation, and build the China-Brazil relationship into a model of solidarity and cooperation between emerging markets and developing countries, so as to jointly promote human development and progress, and make efforts for the goal of building a community with a shared future.

Wang Yi said that the BRICS mechanism has become the most representative platform for South-South cooperation and is facing a historical opportunity for development and growth. China is ready to strengthen communication and coordination with Brazil, jointly promote BRICS cooperation to meet the needs of situations and respond to the voices of all parties, keep pace with the times, achieve new progress, strongly safeguard the common interests of emerging markets and developing countries, and promote the world multi-polarization and greater democracy in international relations more effectively.

Celso Luiz Nunes Amorim said that China is an important strategic partner of Brazil, and the all-round cooperation between the two countries has yielded fruitful results. Brazil is ready to work with China to implement the common understandings of leaders of the two countries, maintain close strategic communication and coordination, and deepen practical cooperation in various fields such as aviation, automobile, high and new technology, green economy and climate change response, to ensure a one-plus-one-is-greater-than-two effect. Brazil is ready to strengthen cooperation with China within multilateral frameworks including BRICS, jointly uphold multilateralism and safeguard world peace.

The two sides also had an exchange of views on international issues of mutual interest and concern.

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