Posted: 26.01.2022 10:56:00

Xi Jinping opposes external forces' attempts to provoke ‘colour revolutions’

During the virtual summit of China and Central Asian countries, the Chinese President Xi Jinping strongly rejects any attempts by external forces to provoke ‘colour revolutions’ in the Central Asian region – as reported by TASS


“We firmly oppose attempts by external forces to foment ‘colour revolutions’ in Central Asia, firmly oppose interference in other countries’ internal affairs under the pretext of human rights, and firmly oppose any force that tries to disrupt the tranquil life of our peoples,” he said.

In his speech, Xi Jinping recalled the recent unrest in Kazakhstan, noting that they led to heavy casualties and property damage. “As a friend and neighbour, China has firmly supported Kazakhstan in its effort to maintain stability and stop violence,” noted the Chinese leader, adding that Beijing is ready to support and help Kazakhstan to the best of its ability. “I am convinced that under the strong leadership of the President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, the people of Kazakhstan will eventually embrace a better future in their national development,” concluded Xi Jinping.