As the United Nations enters a new decade, let us unite ever more closely to forge a new partnership of win-win cooperation and a community of shared future for mankind.
Over the past 60-plus years, China has taken an active part in international development cooperation.
Today, we, the leaders of Asian and African countries, are gathered here in this beautiful city of Jakarta to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, and to discuss important issues bearing on friendship and cooperation between Asia and Africa as well as development and rejuvenation in our respective countries.
Although China and Latin America and the Caribbean are far apart geographically, there is a natural feeling of affinity between our peoples.
On Monday, the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa and delivered a speech on China's Africa policy.