(ECNS) -- The Proposal of the People's Republic of China on the Reform and Development of Global Governance elaborates on China's position and proposition on global security, development, human rights and social, and new frontiers governance as well as on reform of multilateral institutions, Chinese foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said on Wednesday.
Mao made the remarks at a daily press conference while asked to make a comment.
It calls on the international community to jointly act on the Global Development Initiative, the Global Security Initiative, and the Global Civilization Initiative and build a community with a shared future for mankind, she added.
The General Debate of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly will be held from September 19 to 26.
Mao noted that against the backdrop of an international landscape fraught with instability and changes and various global challenges, the international community is looking to the UN to play an active role in international affairs and make new progress in reforming and improving the global governance system.
The 78th UNGA session presents an important opportunity for the international community to build political consensus, enhance solidarity and cooperation, and jointly tackle challenges, she said.
The document demonstrates China’s sense of responsibility as a major country and constructive role in international affairs, she added.
By releasing it as the 78th UNGA session gets underway, China is contributing its ideas to global governance reform, Mao said, adding that China stands ready to work with all sides to practice true multilateralism and make new contributions to world peace, development and the human rights cause,