|China's annual "two sessions" to display peaceful development strategy(English)|
The imminent annual "two sessions" in China will not only map out the country's major policies in the following five years, but also show China remains dedicated to peaceful development and achieving win-win results in its dealings with other countries.
The fourth session of the 11th National People's Congress, China's top legislature, will open on March 5, two days after the debut of the fourth session of the 11th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), China's top political advisory body.
Many countries view the two sessions as an important window on China's comprehensive policies in domestic, foreign and defense affairs.
The two sessions will show the world that China's economy will continue to develop steadily.
China will make all-out efforts to maintain stable economic development, transform its economic development mode, adjust its economic structure, reduce inflation, stabilize property prices, reform its educational and medical sectors, and improve its income distribution mechanism.
These actions will ensure China's economy moves forward on the road of scientific development.
As the world's second biggest economy and leading contributor to the global economic growth, China has enough programs and projects, which mean business opportunities, for other countries.
The two sessions will show the world that China will adhere to its path of peaceful development and continue to devote itself to building a harmonious world.
As a major emerging economy and a permanent member of the UN Security Council, China has played an increasingly prominent role in world affairs in recent years.
China has performed noticeably well in such multilateral frameworks as BRICS, which include the major emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, and the Group of Twenty, which consists of the world's major developed and emerging economies.
China's future is becoming increasingly intertwined with the world's. China can't develop soundly in isolation, and the world's prosperity and stability are hard to achieve without China's participation.
In face of the current turbulence in some of the world's regions, China is making greater efforts to help maintain global peace and stability, and to build a harmonious world together with other countries.
The two sessions will show the world that China will adhere to its defensive national defense policy.
In recent years, China's rising economic and diplomatic clout have raised doubts about China's national defense policy among some countries.
The "two sessions" will once again show China advocates the peaceful settlement of international disputes, opposes an arms race and poses no military threat to other countries.