China launches new website to introduce country’s stance on intl relations

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China on Monday launched a new website on its diplomacy. The website, titled “China’s Diplomacy in the New Era,” collects Chinese President Xi Jinping’s important foreign affairs activities, speeches, discussions and signed articles since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, in both English and Chinese. It also serves as a database for literature, works and research results related to President Xi’s stance on the country’s international relations.

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