China opposes rules that undermine international order: Xi

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday said that China opposes actions that use the name of rules to undermine the international order and cause confrontation and division. Xi made the remarks in Beijing while addressing the 21st meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the SCO via video link.

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