The Chinese foreign minister confirmed that his country "urges all parties to abide by the spirit of partnership, equality, mutual respect and constructive approach in the G20."
China will oppose the declarations that undermine its main national interests during the G-20 Summit , to be held in Buenos Aires (capital of Argentina) between November 30 and December 1, announced on Friday the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs. Foreign of the Asian country, Zhang Jun.
"The Chinese side, using a constructive, open and positive approach, will participate" in the meeting, as well as in "consultations on the preparation of the final document," Zhang said.
The Chinese official confirmed that his country "urges all parties to abide by the spirit of partnership, equality, mutual respect and constructive approach in the G-20" and said that "it will strongly oppose and will not tolerate declarations and actions that undermine their fundamental interests ".
The politician expressed his confidence that the participants of the summit could resolve the current disagreements through dialogue and find more common ground. "We hope that the summit will achieve positive results," he said.
The G20 is composed of Germany, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, South Korea, USA, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Russia, South Africa, Turkey and the European Union.