CCP Launches Diplomacy Strategy with Visits from Vietnam, Pakistan, Tanzania and Germany

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) launched a series of diplomatic activities immediately after the 20th National Congress by inviting leaders from many countries to visit. Nguyen Phu Trong, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee was the first guest. Nguyen arrived in Beijing on October 30th for a four-day visit. Communist China’s leader Xi Jinping held a meeting with him on October 31st and signed a number of important documents.

Then Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif arrived in Beijing on November 1st. President of Tanzania Hassan will arrive on the 2nd and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on the 4th. It is rumored that French President Emmanual Macron will also pay a visit.

On October 27th, Miles Guo already stated in a GETTR video that the CCP is very good at the game of diplomacy in unrestricted warfare with the United States. Compared with the CCP, the U.S. is almost inexperienced in this regard, mainly because the U.S. diplomatic system is overly bureaucratic and the four-year transition between the old and new administrations can cause uncertainty and instability. After the 20th National Congress and the consolidation of Xi Jinping’s ruling position, he will arrange a series of diplomatic visits with a plan of rebuilding human lifestyle based on the CCP-styled dictatorship, and he would address that as a shared future for mankind. The CCP also plans a great negotiation with the U.S that was never seen before.

The frequent visits from various countries as well as Xi Jinping’s scheduled trips in the near future suggest that this plan is already underway.

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