Wei in Two Sessions: China’s UN vote belongs to developing world

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    At an annual press conference on Chinese foreign policy, CGTN’s Tian Wei asked Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi about multilateralism, the reform of the United Nations, and China’s positions. “China’s vote in the UN always belongs to the developing world,” pledged Wang Yi during his annual press event.

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