Delivering a speech entitled "Only an Open and Inclusive Nation Can Be Strong" at the National University of Singapore, Wen elaborated on China's opening up strategy.
Wen said China's opening up policy, based on mutual benefit, is long-term, comprehensive in nature, and that China will not change the policy since a right policy benefits the country and enjoys the support of the people.
"China's opening up is comprehensive in nature. We are open not only to the developed countries, but also to the developing countries. We are open not only in economy, but also in fields such as science, technology, education and culture," Wen said.
Only on the basis of mutual benefit and win-win progress can opening up endure and be conducive to the fundamental interests of all peoples and peace and prosperity of the world, he added.
Yang said Wen's speech drew much attention and positive reactions from the international community and boosted its understanding of and confidence in China's continuing pursuit of the opening up policy.