Wang Yi, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Foreign Minister, met with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell during his attendance at the Munich Security Conference on February 16, local time.

Wang Yi said that in recent times, China and the EU have resumed exchanges at all levels and achieved positive results; both sides must respect each other’s core concerns, adhere to the positioning of partnership and the main tone of win-win cooperation, prepare for the new China-EU leaders’ meeting, and give full play to strategic, economic and trade , green, digital and other fields, strengthen cooperation in climate change, artificial intelligence and other fields, create highlights for people-to-people exchanges, provide more convenience for personnel exchanges between the two sides, and promote the continuous advancement of the China-EU comprehensive strategic partnership.

Borrell said that EU-China relations are developing well. Although there is competition, cooperation can and should be strengthened. “I support the development of EU-China relations, support normal economic and trade exchanges between Europe and China, advocate the good management of differences between the two sides, and oppose “decoupling” from China. 》The EU will continue to pursue the one-China policy. The two sides also exchanged views on the Ukraine crisis and the Gaza conflict.

On February 17, local time, Wang Yi met with French Foreign Minister Séjournet at request. Wang Yi said that in the face of the resurgence of the Cold War mentality and the rising danger of camp confrontation, China and France, as independent major countries with global influence, should strengthen dialogue and cooperation and work together to shape a peaceful, stable, equal and orderly multi-polar world pattern, and strive to achieve positive results. This gesture opens the next 60 years of China-France relations. It is hoped that France will provide a fair, transparent and good business environment for Chinese enterprises to develop in France.

Sejournet said that it is of great significance for France and China to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. France is willing to take this opportunity to strengthen high-level exchanges and expand cooperation in various fields such as economy and trade, people-to-people exchanges, tourism, new energy, climate change response, and biodiversity protection. . France reiterated its adherence to the one-China policy, will continue to adhere to strategic independence, and opposes “decoupling and breaking links”.