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Developing countries' growth accelerates int'l system reform: Hu

(Xinhua)

08:19, June 18, 2012

BEIJING, June 17 (Xinhua) -- The rapid growth of developing countries has accelerated the process of reforming the international system, according to Chinese President Hu Jintao.

Hu made the remarks in a written interview with Reforma, a major Mexican newspaper prior to the G20 summit due to be held in Los Cabos from Monday to Tuesday.

"To enhance cooperation among developing countries will promote a multi-polar world and economic globalization and contribute to world peace, stability and development," said the Chinese leader.

Hu said developing countries, facing new international developments, need to strengthen coordination to ensure space for their development and their right to development.

"We should call on the international community to continue to give priority to development and enhance international development cooperation," he said, adding that developing countries should also urge developed countries to fully honor their assistance commitment and address imbalances in development between the North and South.

Hu said China is a developing country, and China's foreign policy aims to strengthen unity and cooperation with other developing countries to uphold the common interests of developing countries.

"Our goal is to build a harmonious world of durable peace and common prosperity," he added.

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