“We need a multipolar world”: Xi Jinping spoke out against Europe's dependence on the United States – media
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China's leader said Europe should not depend on a “third party”, referring to the United States.
Chinese President Xi Jinping met with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Beijing. During a meeting with European politician Xi Jinping said he wants Europe to become more independent from the US. The Global Times writes about this.
Thus, the head of China expressed the hope that Europe will be stable and prosperous. He wants European countries to maintain the vector of development with China that is currently being traced.
“You cannot depend and be controlled by a third party,” Xi Jinping said.
The publication writes that the Chinese President is confident that the United States is stepping up efforts to unite the factions to form anti-Chinese forces. In Europe, Washington allegedly wants to form a certain type of “political correctness”, identifying Beijing as a rival.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, during a meeting with Xi Jinping, said that Germany will play its role in developing relations between Europe and China.
“We need a multipolar world in which the role and influence of developing countries can be taken seriously. Germany opposes bloc confrontation, for which politicians should be responsible,” he said.
We also recall that Xi Jinping was re-elected as Secretary General of the Communist Party of China for a third term. Xi Jinping has cemented his place as “the country's most powerful ruler since Mao Zedong”.