A review on the CPC's exchanges with foreign parties

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Editor's note: The Communist Party of China has paid careful attention to communications and exchanges with foreign countries since its foundation on July 1, 1921. Candid inter-party relations have also helped the CPC deftly navigate foreign policy, increase mutual understanding, and widen consensus by promoting friendship with people throughout the world.

China.org.cn is pleased to provide access to the opinions of scholars and officials working at the International Department of the CPC central committee who help guide exchanges with leaders from Latin America, Africa and the developed world.


Wu Ju: CPC's relations with political parties in Latin America

The Communist Party of China (CPC) began to develop relations with mainly communist political parties in Latin American countries in the 1950s. In recent years, relations between China and Latin American countries have built up a vigorous momentum. China believes that in the future exchanges and cooperation between the CPC and political parties in Latin America will continue to be strengthened under their concerted efforts based on China's basic principles for political party relations.  >>

Zhong Weiyun: Inter-party relations promote Sino-African strategic partnership

China and African countries belong to the same developing world, and the relations between their political parties are full of potency and promise. Inter-party interactions play to the practical needs of both sides as they lead their respective nations towards prosperity. Through inter-party communication, the CPC can form a greater understanding of Africa and improve its general communication with Africa, while the African political parties can learn from China's development experience and build a better world themselves.  >>

Kong Genhong: CPC reaches out to political parties in the developed world

Today the Communist Part of China (CPC) is in contact with over 600 political parties and organizations in more than 160 countries and regions, including many from the developed world. This has become a crucial part of the CPC's international relations. The communication between CPC and parties in the developed world are candid about party and state governance, democracy, and human rights. Both sides seek reciprocal cooperation without hiding differences and disagreements.  >>


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