China hopes to work closely with countries and international organizations on global security, and jointly build universal security for humankind, Chinese President Xi Jinping said here Tuesday.
Xi made the remarks in Beijing while addressing the opening ceremony of the 86th Interpol General Assembly. He spoke highly of Interpol’s important role in global law enforcement, security cooperation and combating crimes.
Since becoming a member state of Interpol in 1984, China has been committed to developing cooperation with Interpol and other member states, and contributed to maintaining world security and stability, Xi said.
In order to beef up global law enforcement and security cooperation, Xi proposed enhanced reform and innovation, sticking to the rule of law and mutual benefits.
“Countries should adopt a concept of common, comprehensive, cooperative and sustainable security, and jointly respond to security challenges,” he said.
Xi asked to promote global security governance in a more fair, reasonable and effective way. “Countries and intergovernmental organizations should shoulder the main responsibilities of security governance, while non-governmental organizations, multinationals and civil society are encouraged to jointly work for it,” he said.
He called on countries to adhere to the UN Charter and Interpol regulations, seriously fulfill conventions against transnational crimes and corruption, and improve relevant international regulations.
“Countries, while maintaining their own security, should take into account other countries’ security,” Xi said. He asked major countries to offer more support for underdeveloped countries and regions in security and development.
“To provide people with a safe and sound living environment is our important target,” Xi said, adding that China had made remarkable progress in combating crimes of various kind and building crime prevention and control system.