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China Calls for Africa-Focused Reform of the UN Security Council

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning at a press briefing on Wednesday where the reform proposal was announced

On Wednesday, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued an expansive statement titled “Proposal of the People’s Republic of China on the Reform and Development of Global Governance.”

According to FM spokesperson Mao Ning, the timing is aimed at informing discussions at the UN General Assembly, which starts on Monday. It is arguably also aimed at the G77 Plus China summit happening in Havana later this week.

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