Due to the Corona crisis, Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Tuesday, stating that China has no intention of fighting a cold war or a hot war with any country.
In the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Chinese President Xi Jinping said that China does not intend to fight a hot war or cold war with any country. Jinping said differences are normal between countries, but they should be resolved through dialogue.
The annual meeting of global leaders in the United Nations General Assembly is taking place through the virtual medium because of the Corona epidemic, and in a pre-recorded video speech at this meeting, the Chinese President said that China is the world’s largest developing country, a peaceful, open, Committed to cooperative and general development. We are never going to start looking for suzerainty, expansion, or sphere of influence. We have no intention of battling any nation in a cold war or a hot war.
Xi Jinping further said that we will continue to minimize conflicts and settle disagreements with others through dialogue and dialogue. We’re not only going to try to build ourselves or participate in zero-sum games.
On Monday, the United Nations session began. The speech delivered by each of the 193 member states, however, started on Tuesday. Because of the Corona epidemic this year, world leaders are addressing the UNGA through pre-recorded speeches.