China and Poland vow to strengthen bilateral relations for global stability

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Polish President Andrzej Duda met in Beijing to discuss elevating their bilateral relations. Xi emphasized the historical ties and mutual commitment to fostering stability in a world facing increasing uncertainties.

In a significant diplomatic engagement, Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed China’s commitment to enhancing bilateral relations with Poland during talks with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Beijing on Monday. The meeting underscores the long-standing ties between the two nations, with Xi noting that Poland was among the first countries to recognize the People’s Republic of China. This recognition dates back to 75 years ago when the two countries established formal diplomatic relations.

Xi highlighted that the historical connection and steady progress in bilateral relations over the years serve as a foundation for the future. He stated that the partnership between China and Poland is crucial not only for the two nations but also for contributing to global stability and certainty amid an increasingly turbulent world.

The Chinese President stressed the importance of deepening cooperation across various sectors, including trade, investment, and cultural exchanges. Xi emphasized that enhancing economic cooperation is vital for both countries to achieve mutual benefits and address global economic challenges. The two leaders also discussed potential collaboration in areas such as technology, infrastructure development, and environmental sustainability, which could further strengthen their strategic partnership.

President Duda, on his part, acknowledged the significant progress made in bilateral relations and expressed Poland’s interest in continuing to work closely with China. He highlighted Poland’s strategic location in Europe and its potential as a gateway for Chinese businesses looking to expand their presence in the European market. Duda also underscored the importance of maintaining open channels of communication and fostering people-to-people exchanges to build a stronger foundation for future cooperation.

By reaffirming their commitment to strengthening bilateral ties, China and Poland aim to contribute to a more stable and predictable global environment. This renewed partnership reflects a shared vision of fostering peace, stability, and prosperity through enhanced international cooperation.