Data map: On May 22, President Xi Jinping met collectively with the head of the foreign delegation who came to China to attend the thirteenth meeting of the Secretary of the Security Council of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Beijing. Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Xie Huanchi
China Net News June 6 (Reporter Li Zhi) From June 9th to 10th, Qingdao, Shandong Province, will host the eighteenth meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). At that time, Chinese President Xi Jinping will preside over the meeting and hold related activities, and work with the leaders of the other 7 member states of the SCO, 4 observer states, and the heads of international organizations and agencies such as the United Nations to discuss plans for cooperation.
China will continue to integrate its own security with regional national security
On May 22, President Xi Jinping met collectively at the Great Hall of the People with the heads of foreign delegations who came to China to attend the 13th meeting of the Secretary-General of the Security Council of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. He emphasized that the security situation in the region is generally stable while maintaining Facing severe challenges such as "three forces", drug smuggling, and transnational organized crime.
He pointed out that this requires us to strengthen our sense of suffering, think calmly, make accurate judgments, and properly respond. It is necessary to grasp the strategic direction of security cooperation, continue to consolidate strategic mutual trust, strengthen policy communication and coordination, adhere to fairness and justice, and jointly promote the peaceful resolution of hot issues by political and diplomatic means.
President Xi Jinping said that China will continue to integrate its own security with regional national security, and work with member states to build a new international relationship of mutual respect, fairness and justice, and win-win cooperation, and promote the building of a community of shared future for mankind.
Joint efforts to maintain and guarantee regional peace, security, and stability are one of the most important purposes of the SCO. The core is to combat the "three forces" of terrorism, separatism, and extremism. In 2001, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization was just established. The heads of states signed the Shanghai Convention against Terrorism, Separatism and Extremism, which for the first time in the world clearly defined the "three forces" of terrorism, separatism and extremism. It also puts forward specific directions, methods and principles for cooperation among member states.
This year's "Joint Communiqué of the Ministers of Defense of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Member States" emphasized that peace and development remain the theme of the times, and the world faces instability and uncertainty, combating terrorism, extremism, separatism, and maintaining and strengthening the region. Peace, security and stability are the priority tasks of SCO member states.