China News Service, Beijing, February 28. On February 28, Wang Yi, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and Minister of Foreign Affairs, met in Beijing with the co-chairs of the intergovernmental negotiation mechanism for the reform of the Security Council of the 78th Session of the United Nations General Assembly and the Permanent Representative of Kuwait to the United Nations, Al-Barnai Yihe. Maxik, Austria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations.

  Wang Yi said that China is the first founding member state and permanent member of the Security Council to sign the United Nations Charter. China has always firmly safeguarded the authority of the United Nations and supports the United Nations in playing a central role in international affairs.

China's development is the growth of peaceful forces and stabilizing factors in the world. Chinese-style modernization will provide the world with new development opportunities.

China has always called for win-win cooperation, opposed zero-sum game, and advocated jointly making the cake of cooperation bigger to benefit more countries and people.

China is willing to work with the international community to uphold the principle of extensive consultation, joint contribution and shared benefits, promote the reform and construction of the global governance system, support the continuous development and improvement of the United Nations, and jointly promote the building of a community with a shared future for mankind.

  Wang Yi pointed out that in today's world, where events are intertwined, countries expect the United Nations to play a leading role in addressing global challenges, and expect the Security Council to assume the important responsibility of maintaining international peace and security entrusted by the United Nations Charter.

The reform of the Security Council is an integral part of the overall reform of the United Nations.

China supports the two co-chairmen to proceed from the long-term development of the United Nations and the common interests of all member states to promote the reform of the Security Council steadily in the right direction, increase the representation and voice of developing countries, allow more small and medium-sized countries to have the opportunity to participate in decision-making, and allow more small and medium-sized countries to participate in decision-making. All Member States have benefited from the reforms.

It is necessary to put the maintenance of unity and cooperation of the international community in an important position, adhere to the main channel status of the intergovernmental negotiation process, guide member states to conduct serious and full consultations, and seek the broadest consensus of the international community.

  Banaiyi and Masik highly appreciated China's long-term commitment to strengthening the role of the United Nations, adhering to multilateralism, and safeguarding the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter. They are willing to maintain communication and coordination with all member states, including China, on the issue of Security Council reform.