China doesn't want confrontation, but there are countries that put their own interests first

China doesn't want confrontation, but there are countries that put their own interests first

China does not want confrontation or conflict with any country because division will lead to a stalemate.

"China is ready to cooperate with all countries to support humanitarian values ​​and the practice of multilateralism," said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the "Global Town Hall 2021" forum which was held virtually in Jakarta, Saturday (20/11).

Ummatimes - He said solidarity and collaboration were urgently needed to overcome various global challenges, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, economic recovery, and vaccines.

"Cooperation must be mutually beneficial even though there are countries that put their own interests first. Cooperation must be carried out positively to achieve mutual benefits," said Wang Yi.

He said China continues to cooperate with all countries in order to strengthen connectivity and openness as well as promote inclusiveness.

"Under President Xi Jinping, China will continue to work together to provide more impetus for the world's economic recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic," Wang Yi said.

China, he continued, remains committed to managing any differences through dialogue.

"China will continue to manage any differences with dialogue as long as there is sincerity and commitment to consultation or dialogue," he said.

China invites all countries to be able to maintain peace and stability in the region, said Wang Yi.