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王毅向“大变局下的国际法:发展中国家的作用”研讨会致贺信

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  今天,来自多个国家、国际组织和国际司法机构的代表相聚北京,共同探讨当前国际法面临的形势和发展方向,以及发展中国家对国际法发展的作用和影响。我对研讨会的召开表示诚挚祝贺,对与会代表表示热烈欢迎!
 
  这次研讨会的主题具有重要现实意义。“二战”结束以来,以联合国为核心、以国际法为基础的国际体系为世界总体保持和平、实现发展提供了制度保障,为发展中国家赢得主权独立和群体性崛起提供了有利环境。广大发展中国家也为维护和发展国际法做出了重要贡献。当今世界正在经历百年未有之大变局。单边主义、保护主义和霸凌行径明显抬头,多边主义和经济全球化遭遇逆流,国际法的权威和国际秩序受到冲击。世界将向何处去,是国际社会都在关注和思考的重大问题。
 
  人类是休戚与共的命运共同体。世界的未来攸关每个国家的利益。发展中国家是国际舞台上的一支重要力量,向来有同舟共济、团结合作的优良传统。今天,我们比以往任何时候都更需要凝聚共识,携手努力,推动加强国际法,尊重国际法,在国际关系中按国际法办事,坚定维护我们赖以生存、发展和繁荣的国际体系,推动世界走上相互尊重、公平正义、合作共赢的正确道路。
 
  希望本次研讨会深入探讨这个重要命题,形成真知灼见,为国际社会提供有益的参考和指引。
 
  预祝研讨会圆满成功!
 
国务委员兼外交部长
 
王 毅
 
2019年7月29日于北京
 
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Today, representatives from many countries, international organizations and international judicial institutions are gathered in Beijing to discuss the current state and future direction of international law, and the role and impact of developing countries in this process. I wish to extend my sincere congratulations on the opening of the colloquium and warm welcome to you all.
 
The theme of this colloquium cannot be more relevant. After the end of the Second World War, the UN-centered international system based on international law has acted as an institutional safeguard for peace and development across the world, and provided an enabling environment where developing countries were able to achieve sovereign independence and collective rise. In turn, the developing world has made important contributions to upholding and furthering international law. The world today is going through changes unseen in a century: unilateralism, protectionism and bullying are in ascendance, multilateralism and economic globalization are encountering headwinds, and the authority of international law and the international order are being impacted. Where will the world go from here? This is a major question confronting the international community.
 
Mankind lives in a community where our futures are closely linked; every country has a stake in the future of the world. As an important force on the international stage, developing countries have a tradition of working together like passengers in the same boat. Now more than ever, we need to build consensus, strengthen and respect international law, act within the confines of international law in conducting international relations, and firmly uphold the international system that underpins human survival, development and prosperity. This will set the world on the right path toward mutual respect, equity, justice and win-win cooperation.
 
I hope you will have in-depth discussions on these important topics. Your insights will provide useful reference and explore a way forward for the international community.
 
I wish the colloquium a full success.
 
Wang Yi
 
State Councilor and Minister of Foreign Affairs
 
Beijing, 29 July 2019