According to Xinhua, addressing the 30th APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting held at Moscone Center here, Xi said that since the establishment of the economic leaders' regular meeting mechanism, APEC has always stood at the global forefront of openness and development, and has played a robust role in promoting Asia-Pacific trade and investment liberalization and facilitation, economic growth and technological progress, and the flow of goods and people. It has helped create the "Asia-Pacific miracle" that has staggered the world.
Xi regarded it imperative to remain steadfast in our commitment to APEC's founding mission, respond to the calls of our times responsibly, meet global challenges together, fully deliver on the Putrajaya Vision of building an open, dynamic, resilient and peaceful Asia-Pacific community for the prosperity of all our people and future generations.
He called on APEC members to stay committed to innovation-driven development, saying it is important to follow the trends of scientific and technological advancement, more proactively promote exchanges and cooperation in science and technology, and work together for an open, fair, equitable and non-discriminatory environment for scientific and technological progress.
Xi Jinping on Thursday delivered a written speech titled "Meeting challenges with unity of purpose to write a new chapter for Asia-Pacific" at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO Summit.
In the written speech, Xi pointed out that three decades ago, Asia-Pacific leaders followed the trend toward peace and development, and convened the inaugural APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting, enabling Asia-Pacific development and economic globalization to embark on a fast track of growth, turning the region into a powerhouse for world economic growth and an anchor of stability for global development.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday called on China and the United States to assume a new vision and build together five pillars for bilateral relations.
China and the United States need to return to a healthy and stable development track “at an early date”, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told US President Joe Biden in Washington.