Joint Communique of the Leaders Roundtable of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation


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  • Joint Communique of the Leaders Roundtable of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation
  • 1. We, President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China, President Mauricio Macri of the Republic of Argentina, President Alexander Lukashenko of the Republic of Belarus, President Michelle Bachelet Jeria of the Republic of Chile, President Milos Zeman of the Czech Republic, President Joko Widodo of the Republic of Indonesia, President Nursultan Nazarbayev of the Republic of Kazakhstan, President Uhuru Kenyatta of the Republic of Kenya, President Almazbek Atambayev of the Kyrgyz Republic, President Bounnhang Vorachith of the Lao People's Democratic Republic, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte of the Republic of the Philippines, President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation, President Doris Leuthard of the Swiss Confederation, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the Republic of Turkey, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev of the Republic of Uzbekistan, President Tran Dai Quang of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, Prime Minister Hun Sen of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama of the Republic of Fiji, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of the Hellenic Republic, Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni of the Italian Republic, Prime Minister Najib Razak of Malaysia, Prime Minister Jargaltulgyn Erdenebat of Mongolia, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Prime Minister Beata Szydlo of the Republic of Poland, Prime Minister and President-elect Aleksandar Vucic of the Republic of Serbia, President of the Government Mariano Rajoy Brey of the Kingdom of Spain, and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, attended the Leaders Roundtable of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation on 15 May 2017 in Beijing. We also welcome the participation of Secretary General Antonio Guterres of the United Nations, President Jim Yong Kim of the World Bank Group, Managing Director Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund. The Leaders Roundtable was chaired by President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China.
  • We are mindful that the world economy is undergoing profound changes, presenting both opportunities and challenges. This is an era of opportunity, where countries continue to aspire for peace, development and cooperation. The UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with the set of Sustainable Development Goals at its core provides a new blueprint of international cooperation.
  • 9. We reiterate the importance of expanding economic growth, trade and investment based on level-playing field, on market rules and on universally recognized international norms. We welcome the promotion of industrial cooperation, scientific and technological innovation, and regional economic cooperation and integration so as to increase, inter alia, the integration and participation of micro, small and medium enterprises in global value chains. Attention should be paid to tax and fiscal policies, prioritizing growth and productive investment.
  • 10. We stand for strengthening physical, institutional and people-to-people connectivity among all countries. The least developed countries, landlocked developing countries, small island developing states and middle-income countries deserve special attention to remove bottlenecks of development and achieve effective connectivity.
  • 11. We endeavor to expand people-to-people exchanges, promote peace, justice, social cohesion, inclusiveness, democracy, good governance, the rule of law, human rights, gender equality and women empowerment; work together to fight against corruption and bribery in all their forms; to be more responsive to all the needs of those in vulnerable situations such as, children, persons with disabilities and older persons; and help improve global economic governance, and ensure equal access by all to development opportunities and benefits.
  • 12. We are determined to protect the planet from degradation, including through taking urgent action on climate change
  • Belt Road Forum Beijing May 2017
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  • Sustainability IQ1 T or F
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  • UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez – CGTN INTerview Tian Wei, Beijing 14 May 2017
  • INT At the opening speech of Belt Road Forum (Beijing 14 May) Chinese President Xi Jinping talked about the new plans, an hour later in your speech you talked about seizing the momentum, CAN WE?:
  • AG YES of course. I think today that China has a leading role in promoting multilateralism around the world; China has a vision that globalization is a good thing that it needs to be promoted even as it needs to be corrected where people are being left behind – the Chinese approach is we need better globalisation and we need Belt and Road to create conditions for “larger” areas of the world to benefit so that globalisation can be an opportunity for all with nobody left behind as we at the UN are committed to through agenda 2030 (the 17 Sustainability Development Goals) approved by the general assembly of the United Nations. So I think this morning’s speech was the confirmation of what has been a very clear commitment by China to a fair globalization –to a fair and free trade – and to a multilateral governance able to respond to the global challenges we face today
  • INT So this is a window of opportunity many say, but the question is are we going to catch this opportunity? Eg secretary general you talk about the common ground between Belt Road and the Sustainability Development Goals by 2030 which you set up (and which Jinping was among many leaders to sign up to) but what about the action plabn, we need to take action, don’t we?
  • AG OF COURSE, the advantage of The BELT Road Initiative is its not only a concept, it is a combination of a number of concrete projects which have been implanted in many areas of the world,,eg infrastructure and those that relate to people to people connections because we live in a world with too many conflicts so this is not only a material development project, it is a project to bring people together; this is not something only for development but also for peace, and this is why Belt Road is so much related to the agendas of the UN that connect sustainable development and sustainable peace
  • INT when you talk about SDGs , there is a lot to be achieved by 2030 and a lot of work to be done day by day?
  • AG The leadership must assume sustainable development goals – in relation to education health jobs, in ending poverty –in spite of any political changes , the member states must ensure that they include the very ambitious objectives that the general assembly approved- in their budgets, their plans, their strategies- and the advantage of projects of BELT Road is that they fit exactly because they create the conditions for the development to be both sustainable, and for development to be inclusive- because sometimes you can have increase of an economy with some becoming richer and richer while others becoming poorer and poorer (exactly the sort of development we don’t want)
  • INT are you seeing members states already doing that
  • AG I think there are many members states already doing that, but there is also a long way to go, and there is still a lot that organisations like UN world bank ,IMF and new institutions like Asian Infrastructure Bank launched by china there is a lot everyone can do to support members states but the leeadership is very important and it must be at the level of the member states
  • INT But there are many changes in the leaders of member states going on right before and after you came into office of secretary general, so what will that mean for this implementation?
  • AG we need to engage with all of them to make them understand that the world is now smaller, that we need to be able to live together and to respect each other and mainly in relation to climate change this is a threat to the future of mankind- this is an area that I count a lot on china’s leadership
  • INT but they say they have other priorities
  • AG but you know even when governments are reluctant, we see now that green business is good business; those companies that are investing in the green economy are the ones in the future that will be more profitable because they will be more advanced technologically with better capacity to face the challenges of the futures –so even when governments are reluctant the business community, the cities, the regions, the societies – I am very confident they will do everything to make sure that we tame climate change, we will be able to create the conditions for the world to be spared from a tragedy that our children do not deserve
  • INT what is UN’s greatest relevance
  • AG well in many aspects; look at humanitarian aid the UN is on the frontline- at the moment we have 4 countries confronted with dramatic famine , I was myself leading process mobilizing communities to support the and our agency are working to support people in mist difficult of circumstances—un peacekeepers where china is now a very strong component are rescuing lives all over the world—the UN is also a forum whereby climate change was discussed and agreement made possible where we do mediation to avoid conflicts, where we help build institutions in many countries—I think the UN has a key role to play in this world and we need to reform it to make it more effective and to make it more able to respond to requests and aspirations of the peoples of this world
  • INT China is a developing country therefore this is an interesting match we are talking about, and the UN has decades of experience of hands on knowledge,
  • , and china providing together with others some of the funding to make things come true, nobody has ever tested that before, so mister secretary general I guess that’s one of the most exciting experiments we ever have
  • AG it’s a perfect marriage, its not only knowledge in UN there is also technology and knowledge in china-we can learn lessobs from china to prevent mistakes in other parts of the world, and we can use the capacities developed in china – in technology, in strategies to fight poverty …, to help other countries be able to “leap” into a higher level of development
  • INT you came into Office at start of 2017 saying: this is going to be the year OF peace?
  • AG First I said this needs to be the year FOR peace- because we have no peace- on the contrary we have a multiplication of conflicts all over the world- these conflicts are becoming more interlinked and linked to a threat of global terrorism, and that is why its so important to work for peace, to bring together all the countries that have an influence on the parties in countries in conflict, and to make them understand that these wars are wars that nobody is winning , everybody is losing, that are becoming -look at Syria its becoming - a terrible factor of instability on the whole region, impact on iraq, Lebanon, jordan--- this is closely linked to a new form of global terrorism that now is a threat everywhere in the world – nobody is safe, with this kind of terrorism so countries even if they have contradictory interests(some more in favor of one side, some the other side) countries with an influence need to come together, and put an end to this
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  • Paradox of whats going on- Paris structure wasn’t one that Trump could sell joyfully to majority of american people (because of lack of actionable growth locally). Ironically Trump wants to learn where climate connects with other things he is learning about most -eg why America’s eastern partners are critical to making trust in America great again
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  • 6 june- Jinping invited California to join Belt Road
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  • Therefore Jinping’s global 2.0 is looking at every region at the same time -so in terms of developing win-wins he is concerned with the other billion person nation India (region 2 which stretches to its east=south through bangladesh and pure south through Sri Lanka) but region 2 can involve maritime plays. While much of region 3 and 7’s exclusion from world trade is due to being landlocked- interestingly part of region 7 has the  other problem - across the sea from the landlocked "Stans" is the mainly desert  area -the middle east - linked in by superports
  • regions 4 and 5 are east and west europe- we also double count nations facing the Med Sea as this is currently peace and sustainability's hottest problem area as refugees escape war torn lands
  •  our map continues in the north west - region 6 north america
  • in the south west the region 10 south america;and in the slouth middle region 9 africa,
  • Since the start of 21st C, Chinese investments in both big southern regions can be audited for their long-term development potential' while they are furthest away from the original Eurasian Silk Road,  china is building East coast Africa infrastructure Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya and hopes that peace can blossom through Egypt and countries bordering the Suez Canal back into the med sea
  • Equally China dialogues with South America especially Argentina and Chile now have 17 years plus of investment trust and the connections betrween G20 China 2016 and G20 Argentina 2018 (the Pope’s homeland) can be one of youth worlds greatest highlights during the student year 2017-2018
  • The New Geogprahical Curriculum of sustainable world trade- everyone’s invited to map
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  • Energy
  • India Power for All Andrha Pradesh 160
  • Azerbajan –Trans turkey natural gas pipeline to s.euro customers 600
  • Bangladesh Natural Gas Infrsastucture 60/227
  • Bangladesh power distribution 160
  • Pakistan hydropower extension 720/1410
  • Myanmar power plant 20/120
  • Other Belt
  • Pakistan M4 motorway 100/234
  • Tajikstan Border Road 27.5/90
  • Oman Port 265 (with rail nearly 300)
  • Indoesia slum to home for 10 mn people 216/432
  • Indoesia basic infra 100/?200
  • Indonesa Dam 125/?275



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