Xi Jinping urges China, Germany to better utilise stabilising role of their relations

BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping had a virtual conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Monday, emphasising the importance of the two nations' relationship's stabilising, constructive, and steering roles.

Xi emphasised the urgent need to bring more stability and certainty to an age of instability and transformation, citing the continued complex changes in the international scene and the notable rise in problems and challenges for global security and prosperity.

China and Germany are both large countries with significant clout. Under the current conditions, it is important for the two nations to maintain sound and steady bilateral growth and better harness the relationship's stabilising, constructive, and steering function. Xi said, this would not only benefit the Chinese and German peoples, but will also contribute greatly to international peace and calm.

Xi emphasised that China-Germany ties have progressed steadily over the last five decades, during which the two countries have grown together and contributed to each other's prosperity via increased practical cooperation. This is largely due to a commitment to mutual respect and win-win cooperation, a significant lesson learned and a philosophy that should be followed at all times.

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