亚洲相互协作与信任措施会议第五次峰会（the Fifth Summit of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia）6月15日在塔吉克斯坦首都杜尚别（Dushanbe, Tajikistan）举行。
For the past 27 years, CICA (Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia), responding to the trend of the times, has been committed to strengthening trust and coordination among its member states and to promoting security and stability in our region, thus making a valuable contribution to peace and development in Asia.
China will work with other member states to support the Chair, deepen cooperation across the board and take the CICA process to a new level.
China will host a forum for the heads of military educational institutions of CICA member states and organize events on small and medium enterprises, financial services, environmental protection, poverty alleviation and people-to-people exchanges so as to play its due role in promoting CICA’s development.
Asia is one of the most dynamic regions with great development potential. Asian countries also face some common challenges such as inadequate political trust, uneven economic development and prominent security and governance impediments. Our journey to lasting peace and common prosperity will be a long and arduous one.
Building an Asia where countries enjoy mutual respect and trust is our common aspiration.
We need to observe the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and respect the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of each country and the political system and development path chosen by them.
A zero-sum mentality and protectionism must be rejected in favor of more policy communication and political trust, so that we can expand our strategic consensus.
Building a secure and stable Asia is our common objective.
Confrontation and alliances must be eschewed in favor of dialogue and partnership. We must find proper solutions to traditional and non-traditional security issues and, in particular, deal firmly with terrorism in all its forms.
We must take effective preventive measures of various sorts to eradicate the breeding ground of extremist ideology, and explore a regional security architecture suited to Asia’s realities, one that will enhance universal security for us all.
Building a growing and prosperous Asia is our common vision.
We need to jointly promote trade and investment liberalization and facilitation, and conclude at an early date the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and other documents on regional integration.
We need to work on the follow-ups to the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation held in April this year, seek greater complementarity between our development strategies, and enhance all-round connectivity to boost high-quality growth of all countries.
Building an open and inclusive Asia is our common pursuit.
We need to implement the consensus reached at last month’s Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, and promote equality, mutual learning, dialogue and mutual accommodation between civilizations.
We need to encourage more people-to-people exchanges among countries both in and outside the region so that when it comes to civilizations, respect for diversity will replace a sense of superiority, harmonious co-existence will replace conflict, interaction and sharing will replace estrangement, and prosperity and progress for all will replace self-imposed isolation and ossification.
Building a cooperative and creative Asia is our common need.
We must, in light of the changing times, translate our readiness for innovation into concrete actions, and break more new ground in theory, system, science and technology, and culture, among other areas, to keep the vibrancy of a growing Asia.
We need to think outside the box to find new solutions to old problems and good solutions to new ones. This way, we will be better able to address the various challenges facing Asia.
China will stay committed to peaceful development and reject a beggar-thy-neighbor approach.
China will continue to deepen its friendship and cooperation with other countries on the basis of the Five Principles of Peaceful Co-existence, pursue peaceful settlement to disputes with relevant countries over territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests, and support negotiated solutions to regional hotspot issues.
China will stay committed to opening-up for win-win outcomes and share development opportunities with other countries.
China will work with all other parties to make good use of the platform of Belt and Road cooperation to secure a sustained driver for our common development.
Later this year, China will host the Second China International Import Expo to further facilitate access to the Chinese market.
China will stay committed to practicing multilateralism to safeguard the international order underpinned by international law.
China will work with other countries to advocate extensive consultation, joint contribution and shared benefits in global governance, and firmly uphold the UN-centered international system and the multilateral trading system with the WTO at its core.
With regard to any problem that occurs on the economic and trade front, all sides need to act in the spirit of mutual respect and handle it appropriately through equal-footed dialogue and consultation in accordance with norms in international relations and multilateral trading rules, rather than resort to protectionism and unilateralism at every turn.