Hu to attend dialogue with G8
Updated: 2006-06-21 06:16 Chinese President Hu Jintao will attend a meeting
of dialogues between the Group of Eight (G8) and developing countries in St.
Petersburg in July at the invitation of his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Jiang Yu announced at a regular press
conference here Tuesday that China maintains that the developed countries and
the developing nations should collectively respond to the global challenges as
equal partners in order to achieve a win-win outcome.
According to Jiang, the dialogues will cover issues relevant to energy
security, education, the development of Africa and the prevention and control of
The Chinese side hopes that the meeting will advance the positive progress of
international cooperation in the relevant spheres in compliance with the
principles of equality and mutual benefit, seeking common ground while reserving
differences, and making active, substantial efforts and conducting cooperation
so as to attain the win-win outcome.
Acknowledging both China and the G8 are important members of the
international community and that China remains to be a developing nation, Jiang
said China is willing to enhance dialogue and cooperation with