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Ambassador Yu Jianhua Presented Credentials
2018/02/22

On 14 February 2018, Ambassador Yu Jianhua, the newly appointed Permanent Representative of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) and Other International Organizations in Switzerland, presented his credentials to Mr Michael Møller, Director-General of UNOG.

                                                     

At the meeting, Ambassador Yu said Geneva was one of the most important centers of multilateral diplomacy and the birthplace of China’s multilateral diplomacy. China has always been a strong advocate and firm supporter of the United Nations. During his historic visit to UNOG last year, Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered the well-known speech Work Together to Build a Community of Shared Future for Mankind, elaborating on the great vision of building a community of shared future for mankind and sending a clear message to the world that China would fully support the United Nations and multilateralism. China has always adhered to the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and valued the authority and status of the United Nations. As a responsible major country, China will engage more actively and deeply in the reform and development of global governance and enhance cooperation with the United Nations to jointly develop a new type of international relations and a community with a shared future for mankind.

                                                           

Mr Møller warmly welcomed Ambassador Yu for his assumption of the post in Geneva. He said the United Nations attached great importance to China’s status and role. President Xi’s vision expounded in his 2017 speech at UNOG continues to have a lasting impact on the United Nations and the multilateral work in Geneva. The United Nations is ready to enhance cooperation with China to realize President Xi’s vision and promote greater international cooperation to address global challenges.

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