Beijing—President Xi Jinping ordered that all individuals and agencies who contributed to the success of the G20 Hangzhou summit should be commended.
In an instruction read out at a conference for major contributors to the summit, Xi said that the values shown by those involved — patriotism, selflessness and dedication — should be promoted across society.
He said these values should play an important part in the cultivation and practice of socialist core values, culture and ethics. The president attributed the summit’s success to the organizing committee as well as central and local authorities under the leadership of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.
The Hangzhou summit has shown China’s spirit and strength to the world and left a deep China mark on G20 progress, Xi said.
Xi ordered efforts to pursue follow-up work, implement the summit’s achievements, and fully publicize its effects.
The president also spoke highly of Hangzhou residents, saying they had made a major contribution to the summit’s success with their dedication and voluntary service.
The conference for contributors was held in Hangzhou Tuesday, with more than 2,000 people participating. The 11th G20 summit was held earlier in September in the capital city of east China’s Zhejiang Province.