Graphics: Achievements of President Xi's Asia-Pacific visits to Papua New Guinea, Brunei and the Philippines
Updated 20:13, 24-Nov-2018
‍China's wisdom and solutions have drawn high attention and support, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Wednesday when introducing the outcomes of Chinese President Xi Jinping's three-nation Asia-Pacific tour. 
On his trip, Xi paid state visits to Papua New Guinea (PNG), Brunei and the Philippines, and attended the 26th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting. 
Xi's trip reaffirmed the concept of building a community with a shared future, and fostering a closer partnership, Wang said. 
The Chinese president called for jointly building the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and reaching broader consensus, Wang added. 
Wang cited comments from both China and abroad to illustrate that China has always adhered to win-win cooperation and mutual benefits. 
Under the background of protectionism, unilateralism and power politics, China has demonstrated the image of a constructive and responsible power, Wang said.
At the APEC meeting, President Xi made propositions on such issues as building an open economy in the Asia-Pacific region, improving the connectivity network and forging a closer partnership. And he expressed his opinion about a post-2020 vision for APEC. 
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Wang also noted that the Chinese president had met several leaders from different countries with fruitful achievements. 
In Papua New Guinea, Xi met with leaders of eight Pacific island countries that have diplomatic ties with China, and they agreed to elevate their relations to a comprehensive strategic partnership featuring mutual respect and common development. 
During Xi's visit in Brunei, the two sides escalated bilateral ties to a strategic cooperative partnership. The two countries also pledged to be good partners featuring mutual trust in politics, mutual benefit in economy, mutual understanding in people-to-people and cultural exchanges, and mutual assistance in multilateral affairs. 
The Chinese and Philippine sides welcomed the signing of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation on the BRI as well as the joint oil and gas exploration deal.