Xi Jinping

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Person.png Xi Jinping   WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Xi Jinping March 2017.jpg
Born15 June 1953
Beijing, People's Republic of China
Alma materTsinghua University
Parents • Xi Zhongxun
• (father)
• Qi Xin
• (mother)
ChildrenXi Mingze
Relatives • Xi Zhongxun
• Qi Xin
• Qi Qiaoqiao
• Qi An'an
• Xi Heping
• Xi Qianping
• Xi Zhengning
• Xi Yuanping
• Deng Jiagui
SpouseKe Lingling
PartyCommunist Party of China, (1974–present)
Current President of the People's Republic of China

Employment.png President of the People's Republic of China

In office
14 March 2013 - Present

Employment.png Chairman of the Central Military Commission

In office
15 November 2012 - Present

Employment.png General Secretary of the Communist Party of China

In office
15 November 2012 - Present

Xi Jinping is the current President of the People's Republic of China, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and Chairman of the Central Military Commission.[1]

As Xi holds the top offices of the party and the military, in addition to being the head of state through the office of the president, he is sometimes referred to as China's "Paramount leader"[2] and recognised by the party as its leadership "core".[3]

As General Secretary, Xi holds an ex-officio seat on the Politburo Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China, China's top decision-making body.[4]

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“No matter what difficulties may come our way, we must adhere to a people-centered philosophy of development, place development and livelihoods front and center in global macro-policies, realize the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and build greater synergy among existing mechanisms of development cooperation to promote balanced development worldwide. We need to uphold the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities, promote international cooperation on climate change in the context of development, and implement the outcomes of COP26 to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.”
Xi Jinping (17 January 2022)  [5]

“Naturally, countries have divergences and disagreements between them. Yet a zero-sum approach that enlarges one's own gain at the expense of others will not help. Acts of single-mindedly building "exclusive yards with high walls" or "parallel systems", of enthusiastically putting together exclusive small circles or blocs that polarize the world, of overstretching the concept of national security to hold back economic and technological advances of other countries, and of fanning ideological antagonism and politicizing or weaponizing economic, scientific and technological issues, will gravely undercut international efforts to tackle common challenges.”
Xi Jinping (17 January 2022)  [5]


 

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John Bolton“Trump spoke with Xi Jinping by phone on June 18, ahead of 2019's Osaka G20 summit, when they would next meet. Trump began by telling Xi he missed him and then said that the most popular thing he had ever been involved with was making a trade deal with China, which would be a big plus politically. They agreed their economic teams could continue meeting. The G20 bilateral arrived, and during the usual media mayhem at the start, Trump said, "we've become friends. My trip to Beijing with my family was one of the most incredible of my life." With the press gone, Xi said this is the most important bilateral relationship in the world. He said that some (unnamed) political figures in the United States were making erroneous judgments by calling for a new cold war, this time between China and the United States. Whether Xi meant to finger the Democrats, or some of us sitting on the US side of the table, I don't know, but Trump immediately assumed Xi meant the Democrats. Trump said approvingly that there was great hostility among the Democrats. He then, stunningly, turned the conversation to the coming US presidential election, alluding to China's economic capability to affect the ongoing campaigns, pleading with Xi to ensure he'd win. He stressed the importance of farmers, and increased Chinese purchases of soybeans and wheat in the electoral outcome. I would print Trump's exact words, but the government's prepublication review process has decided otherwise.”John BoltonJune 2020

 

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