Reflections on President Xi Jinping’s speech
President Xi made a statement, where he cites some relevant facts that occurred in 2017 and the challenges for 2018.
The President spoke about the commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the military forces, the observance of the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to the motherland and the ceremony to honor the 80th anniversary of the cowardly massacre in Nanjing.
About foreign policy, China has distinguished itself by prioritizing dialogue as the primary instrument for solving apparent problems and assuming the leading role in major global issues. As an example, universal environmental subjects.
China has shown the world that it wants to create a more prosperous and peaceful future for all humanity.
About the economy, China has made tremendous progress, drawing millions of people out of poverty, creating 13 million new jobs and expanding the number of people benefiting from health insurance.
In the economic area, it is essential to highlight the development of product, service and process innovation. Innovation will be the “great economic engine” of the coming years. President Xi knows this well, and he strongly supports all the creativity of the Chinese people.
Finally, I can not fail to emphasize in President Xi’s words about “the reform and opening process” that in 2018 will turn 40.
This process showed that China was on the right path. By 2020, all Chinese people will have a prosperous life and poverty in China will be eradicated once and for all. Naturally, as the President has said, “Socialism with Chinese Characteristics of the New Age” should contemplate new conditions for people’s satisfaction, and the government should be prepared to meet them. However, experience has shown that this is easier to do when there is a strong union of Government, Party, Military, and People.