THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF CPC
While the world continued to face the COVID-19 crisis, China found a way to not only manage to overcome the pandemic and experience a robust economic recovery and eradicated the last vestiges of extreme poverty.
Enhanced people-to-people exchanges would help break down the array of negative stereotypes about China. And perhaps forge new, stronger ties.
We appreciate the international solidarity as expressed by the CPC, particularly its work in managing the COVID-19 crisis. Many countries have received vaccines from China, and its spirit of global cooperation is yielding results.
In China, strong leadership combined with an efficient Party apparatus and a public willing to put the needs of the community first resulted in the pandemic being brought under control within just a few months.
The best thing China can do is to continue its policy of opening up, and continue to increase trade with all countries, including the allies of the U.S., like the EU, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Thailand, the Philippines, and so on.
It places the common good above personal interests, and the long-term interests of the nation above the short-term interests of the individual.