About China

"China today is on the right and correct path to restore its glory, the Chinese nation has a long history and a brilliant civilization that has made indelible contributions to human progress, where its economic development and scientific progress were at the forefront of the first countries of the world, and its innovation for the paper industry, printing art, gunpowder and compass. A few years ago, it was just signs of that. Unfortunately, in the modern era, western countries are gradually lagging behind due to the corruption of feudal rule and the invasion of the major capitalist powers."  "Don't forget, my son, that the new China, which pursues a peaceful and independent foreign policy, is a sincere friend of the Arabs on which it depends and has honorable attitudes towards our just causes," he said. He referred to the "Bandung Conference in 1955, where China announced its position in support of the Arab right in the Arab-Israeli conflict, its opposition to the israeli-French triple aggression against Egypt in 1956 and its strong condemnation of it, and its official recognition in 1958 of the Interim Algerian Government to become the first A non-Arab country that recognizes it. In 1966, it recognized the PLO as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people, also becoming the first non-Arab country to recognize it and open a diplomatic mission in its capital Beijing. This Arab-Chinese cooperation was not new to our nation, but an extension of the communication and cooperation that our ancestors initiated through the Silk Road 2,000 years ago."

Mao Zedong (1893-1976) led the Party, the state and the people towards liberation and independence, defeated the external occupation and defeated the enemies of the interior, founded the People's Republic of China, which pursued a peaceful and long-awaited foreign policy, and broke the international isolation imposed by the major powers at the Bandung Conference. Famous, followed by the launch of the first artificial space rocket and its nuclear possession and the restoration of its legitimate seat in the United Nations and many many achievements and victories, but China, despite all its achievements in national construction, has suffered many internal and external factors "for the great leap"  The "Great Cultural Revolution", the conspiracies of the major powers and China's refusal to engage in the new international order and call for its fight and overthrow. Etc., it has affected China's development and created a huge technical gap between it and western capitalist countries.

At the end of the 1970s, China was at a historic crossroads that determines its destiny and the future of its people. It is not in him the principles and principles of socialism that it is pursuing.  

The third plenary session of the 11th CPC Central Committee in 1978 set the breakthrough towards a new era and enter into a "new experiment" of reform and opening-up, which the more China is established, the more it is closed and the recession it is and has embarked on the path of scientific progress. And technical at a steady pace.

 Deng Xiaoping, the architect of the reform and opening-up policy, diagnosed China's own conditions and international situations with a microscope, and concluded that socialism is the path of salvation for a people that numbers fifty-six national minorities, suffering injustice, poverty and oppression, and a vast country that has suffered the scourge of division. He stressed that development is the magic key to all intractable problems, no development without reform and no openness as a condition for achieving a socialist society with Chinese characteristics.

The process of reform and opening up is not an arbitrary process, but an unprecedented creative theory that is clearly defined, dimensions and results, carefully programmed and comprehensively tailored to local and international data.  It has not been reproduced or imposed on China from abroad, a process fraught with danger and difficulty, ungoverned in a period of time, it is a renewed and endless process. The new ones replace the old one. As a socialist country, the new China inherited the economic construction style of the former Soviet Union, taking from the centrally oriented planned economy as a basis for development. In light of this theory, which Deng Xiaoping engineered, the Reform Movement has launched its front page in the economic field, as it has been advocated and emphasized in party frameworks, transforming the party's guiding ideas from "class conflict" to "economic construction," stressing that development has a "priority." A shot.

China is back on the path of renaissance and progress. China on Tuesday returned to an unsurpassable force in dealing with regional and international affairs. The reform and opening-up policy has proved effective and successful, moving China from an economically weak and politically self-contained country to slowly moving it into the developed country. This has been fully demonstrated by the quality of life and standard of living of the Chinese people, and has also been reflected in china's vital role in pushing and revitalizing the regional and global economy and achieving the common development of mankind, laying new foundations for world peace and stability, paving the way for the world to lead towards Multipolarity, the establishment of a security system based on justice and equality that guarantees security for all, and the consolidation of a new international political and economic order of justice and fairness. All these principles are contrary to the logic of exclusivity, hegemony and the politics of power that has prevailed for more than half a century.

The principle of "two-system state", which is a bright spot in Chinese diplomacy and a living model for resolving conflicts and ethnic conflicts in many countries, is only one of the many terms that the policy of reform and opening-up has come to enrich the international dictionary in various political and economic fields. And social. It is the "policy of friendship and good neighborliness", "hanging differences and initiating common development", "mutual benefit cooperation and mutual gain", "building a community of common destiny" and many others, many other terms emanating from ancient Chinese culture that have helped China deal with issues. The dispute with neighboring countries, including disputes over the sovereignty and dependency of some border territories with the Soviet Union, came in 1991 and western borders in 1994, to enter relations of the best of times, and constituted a strong start to establish political relations and Mutual trade serves as the cornerstone of building Sino-Russian strategic relations. The border areas, which were draining the energies of the two sides and limiting their development, have become vital areas for people-to-people exchanges and free trade, and the China-Russia Strategic Cooperation Partnership has become one of the most dynamic and influential relations in the world. East Asia, which was established in the 1960s to stave off the so-called threat of communist expansion, has remained in a heated dispute with China over the dependence of some islands in the South China Sea that form the arteries of the Chinese economy, particularly the strategic corridors that control international traffic, where About 70% of Middle East and Southeast Asian carriers, and about half of the international trade cargo ships, have been able to become China today, with this wise policy of China, ASEAN's largest trading partner while ASEAN is China's third largest trading partner, and has absorbed its border dispute with India, which forms with China.  The two largest developing countries and two emerging economies of more than 1 billion people, two important engines of global economic growth and two key forces for strengthening multilateralism and economic globalization, are working to settle the dispute with Japan over the Diaoyu Islands in the East Sea, these islands rich in their oil reserves. Natural gas is also rich in mineral resources of coral stones, gold and platinum. In addition to having a strategic value for both countries due to their strategic location, sovereignty over these islands will allow China or Japan to claim the exploitation of 40,000 square kilometers of surrounding waters as a purely economic zone, and the islands can be used militarily and otherwise. With many neighboring countries, it has created a favorable climate for Chinese development, applying a no-development approach without stability and no stability without development. 

The reform and opening-up policy has proved effective and successful, moving China from an economically weak country to become the world's second largest economic entity. The chinese government has made great efforts to promote the development of china's economy, he said. The Chinese economy is an important and major lever for the growth of the world economy, and it is no longer a burden on the world because of its large population, but on the contrary, it is self-sufficient and helps others. Gross domestic product (GDP) rose in 2012 to 54 trillion Chinese yuan from 365 billion Yuan, surpassing japan's equivalent to become the second largest economic entity in the world, and total per capita income of 24,565 Chinese yuan (6.3 yuan) from 1979 to 343.  A billion yuan.

At the opening session of the sixth session of the Ministerial Meeting of the China-Arab Cooperation Forum held in Beijing in June, Chinese President Xi Jinping presented a roadmap for Sino-Arab cooperation for the coming period and within the framework of the "Belt and Road" . In the next five years, China will import goods and goods from abroad with a total value of more than 10 trillion dollars, while investing more than 500 billion dollars abroad, he said. In 2013, China imported more than $140 billion worth of goods, which is only 7 percent of China's $2 trillion in annual imports, and Chinese direct investment in Arab countries amounted to $2.2 billion, which represents only 2.2 percent of the total. China's direct investment, which will reach an annual value of $100 billion in the coming period. This comparison not only reflects the great potential, but also promises great opportunities. China is keen to bring together its development and development in the Arab countries, in support of the arab countries' work to increase employment, strengthen the industrial process and advance economic development. China-Arab cooperation in the fields of railways, highways, ports, civil aviation, telecommunications and others should be strengthened, thereby enhancing infrastructure connectivity. China is ready to share its great technological power and expertise in high-speed rail, to participate in the construction of the Arabian Peninsula railway network and other strategic projects. Expand trade and investment between China and the Arab world, and develop appropriate mechanisms and arrangements to facilitate trade and investment. To achieve this, the Chinese side is keen to participate in the construction of the Suez Canal Economic Corridor and the Suez Zone for Economic and Trade Cooperation in Egypt. He hopes to resume negotiations between China and the GCC on the establishment of a free trade area and reach an agreement early. He is also preparing to explore the possibilities of establishing free trade zones with other Arab countries. In this context, the Chinese side encourages Chinese companies to import more non-oil products from the Arab side and improve trade structure in order to increase the volume of Sino-Arab trade to $600 billion in the next 10 years. The Chinese side will also encourage Chinese companies to boost their investments in Arab countries in the fields of energy, petrochemicals, agriculture, manufacturing and services, in an effort to increase china's non-financial investment balance in Arab countries from $10 billion last year (2013) to more than $60 billion. dollars over the next ten years.