The Global Development Initiative and Global Security Initiative are the latest public goods given by China to address international security challenges and promote stable and long-term global development.
In the letter, Xi said that young people represent hope and they create tomorrow, adding that China always views young people as an important force in driving social development and encourages them to contribute to building a community with a shared future for mankind.
Wang noted that Xinjiang has not seen a single violent terrorist case for five consecutive years and said the sense of happiness, fulfillment and security among people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang keeps growing.
With the report, the U.S. aims to hype up talk of "the China nuclear threat," the spokesperson said, adding that the U.S. – who owns 5,550 nuclear warheads – is in fact the biggest source of nuclear threat globally.
Senior Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi on Thursday called on China and the U.S. to properly handle differences, push forward bilateral cooperation and avoid confrontation at the start of the high-level strategic dialogue with the United States in Anchorage, Alaska.