We will try to break new ground from three new angles: first we want to discover new sources of growth for innovation, second, we want to inject new momentum to the world economy through reform, and third, we want to explore new prospects through development.
Hangzhou will be a new launch pad of G20, and China will be a new launch pad for the world economy.
Sanctions are just a necessary means, maintaining stability is the pressing priority, and only negotiation could provide a fundamental solution.
The goal of major-country diplomacy with Chinese characteristics is to help realize the Chinese dream of national rejuvenation and build a community of shared destiny for all mankind.
Navigation freedom does not mean "doing whatever you want" in South China Sea. If someone wants to muddy the waters in the South China Sea and to destabilize Asia, China will not agree to it and I think the majority of countries in the region will not allow that to happen.
Some people are trying to make waves (in the South China Sea) and some others are showing their forces... History will prove who is merely a guest and who is the real host.
China both values friendship and stands on principles. We cherish our traditional bonds with the DPRK. If the country seeks development and security, we are prepared to help and provide support. But at the same time, we have an unwavering commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, and we will not accommodate the DPRK's pursuit of nuclear and missile programs. One should see very clearly that only denuclearization could bring peace, only dialogue could provide a way out and only cooperation can bring win-win outcomes.
China and the US are two major countries, and there is both cooperation and friction. This might be a normal state of affairs.
The China-Russia relationship is mature and stable. Our comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination is built on a solid foundation of mutual support and mutual trust. The two sides have a strong desire to strengthen win-win cooperation. The relationship can pass the test of any international development and will not be weakened by any particular incidents.
The Belt and Road Initiative is China's idea, but the opportunities it has created belong to the world.
China's policy on the Middle East is to facilitate peace talks with an objective and impartial attitude, instead of seeking a sphere of influence or proxies.
To be honest, our resources and tools are limited and our capacity not yet up to the task.
The best approach is prevention beforehand rather than remedy afterwards, so we will focus more on preventative consular protection.
On one hand, the Japanese government and leaders say all the nice things about wanting to improve relations, but on the other hand, they are making trouble for China at every turn. This is what I would call a typical case of "double dealing".
As far as China-Japan relations are concerned, the underlying problem is that some politicians in Japan have the wrong perception about China. Do they view China as a friend or foe? As a partner or an adversary? The Japanese side should give serious thought to this question and make the right choice.
Positive changes in the China-Europe relations are not a temporary phenomenon but an inevitable choice in the long run.