BEIJING, Sep. 3 (Reuters / EP) –
The president of China, Xi Jinping, warned on Tuesday that the Asian giant is entering a period of “concentrated risks”, alluding to economic, political and diplomatic turbulence, indicating that the country must be in the right conditions To overcome them.
China is preparing to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the birth of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on October 1. Xi wants it to be an impeccable event but it will come in the middle of the commercial war with the United States and the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
In a speech delivered at the CPC Central School, where the rising stars of the party come, Xi has stressed that there must be a “determined fight” against all these challenges to “achieve victory.”
“In the present and in the future, China's development has entered a period where the risks and challenges continue to increase or are being concentrated. The struggles to face will not be less … They will be increasingly complex,” he said. augured
Thus, he has urged the CCP members to be clear about the threats and how to neutralize them. “People in leadership positions must be warriors who dare to fight and are good at fighting,” he said.