Experts and diplomats from home and abroad gathered in north China’s Tianjin municipality to attend the Binhai Conference on Peace & Development in North-East Asia on Nov. 15. Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Liu Jianchao delivered a keynote speech at the opening ceremony.
Liu Jianchao, Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister delivers a keynote speech at Binhai Conference on Peace & Development in Northeast Asia in Tianjin on Nov. 15, 2014.
Liu Jianchao said Northeast Asian countries are close neighbors, and more than any other time should these countries work together to face challenges. Liu urges all parties to uphold peace and stability in the region, enhance political trust, and further promote economic integration and cultural exchanges in the region.
Former Ambassador to Russia Liu Guchang, Chairman of China Foundation for International Studies, believes this conference will pool wisdom of all sides for better communication and cooperation of the Northeast Asian region.
Binhai Conference on Peace & Development in Northeast Asia opens in north China’s Tianjin on Nov. 15, 2014.
This conference covers three sub-forums focusing on regional security, trade and economic cooperation, and people-to-people exchanges respectively. Experts and diplomats are expected to fully engage in the discussions and provide insights on peaceful development of the region.
This two-day event was organized by several organizations, including China Foundation for International Studies, Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs, Tianjin People’s Association for friendship with Foreign Countries, and Tianjin Public Diplomacy Association.
Initiated in 2012, the conference on Northeast Asia has been attended by academics, diplomats, and enterprise representatives from China, the United States, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the Republic of Korea, Russia, Japan and Mongolia. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is absent from this year’s conference.
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