China's United Nations (UN) Representative Office announced yesterday that China has paid in full the portion it should undertake from the UN peacekeeping budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
In the statement, China, as a permanent member of the UN Security Council, the largest developing country, and the second largest country in paying UN dues and sharing the peacekeeping budget, always fulfills its financial obligation to support the UN's work and peacekeeping actions with concrete steps. was reported to be active.
Pointing out that there are constant fluctuations in the international situation at the moment, regional tensions are escalating, the COVID-19 epidemic continues to spread and the recovery of the global economy after the epidemic is facing serious threats, the statement said that China, as a developing country, is struggling with the COVID-19 epidemic, developing the economy. and it was reminded that the people faced important tasks such as improving their living conditions.
In the statement, it was noted that China's overcoming all difficulties and paying in full the part it should assume from the peacekeeping budget reflects China's determined support for the UN cause and multilateralism.
In the statement, China also called on all UN member states to support the UN's core role in the global governance system and to fulfill truly multilateralism, especially by making full payments to major countries on dues and peacekeeping budget payment as soon as possible.