Xi Jinping: China will stay connected with the world

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Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Thursday that China will continue to hold high the banner of multilateralism and stay connected with the world. Xi made the remarks in a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the second United Nations Global Sustainable Transport Conference via video link in Beijing.

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