The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has become an indispensable force in international relations, and China is ready to cooperate with its members and will continue to support them, Chinese FM Wang Yi noted in a letter to participants of a Belgrade high-level meeting marking the 60th anniversary of the NAM.
“As the world keeps changing and the times continue to evolve, developing and emerging market countries are rising with an unstoppable momentum. Standing at the threshold of the third decade of the 21st century, it is even more important for developing countries to stay independent and keep their future firmly within their own hands.
And it is even more imperative for developing countries to strengthen solidarity and cooperation to make the global governance system fairer and more equitable,” said the letter, read out by Chinese Ambassador to Serbia Chen Bo on Tuesday.
“China is a natural partner of NAM. We have been sharing weal and woe with developing countries. We have been providing political support to them, offering economic assistance, and speaking up for justice in the international arena. Those features shine like the primary colors of China’s foreign policy,” Wang’s letter said.