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Vice Foreign Minister Ma Zhaoxu Addresses the "United Nations Day" Commemorative Event

2020/10/30

On October 30, 2020, Vice Foreign Minister Ma Zhaoxu delivered a video message at an event organized by the United Nations in China to commemorate the "United Nations Day".

On behalf of the Chinese government, Ma Zhaoxu expressed congratulations on the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations, and appreciated the efforts of the United Nations in China to actively support China's development and promote cooperation between the United Nations and China over the past 40 years. Ma Zhaoxu said, in the face of major changes unseen in a century, adhering to multilateralism and supporting the United Nations to play its due role is the common choice for all countries to defeat the epidemic, recover their economies and effectively respond to global challenges. President Xi Jinping attended high-level meetings on the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations and delivered important remarks, stressing that China will firmly uphold multilateralism, firmly safeguard the authority of the United Nations, firmly follow the path of peaceful development and win-win cooperation, and firmly promote the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, and also announcing a series of major initiatives and measures. This fully reflects China's ardent expectations for the United Nations and points out the direction for the United Nations to live up to people's expectations and forge ahead.

Noting that China is a founding member of the United Nations and was also the first country to sign the Charter of the United Nations, Ma Zhaoxu said, China will work with other Member States of the United Nations to hold high the banner of multilateralism, facilitate the building of a community with a shared future for mankind and create a bright future for the world's progress and development.

The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres delivered a video message. Interim United Nations Resident Coordinator in China Amakobe Sande also addressed the ceremony, which was attended by the United Nations agencies in China, foreign diplomats and representatives of relevant departments.

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