CPC Delegation Holds Special Briefing Session in Denmark to Promote Spirit of the 19th CPC National Congress
 ( 2017.12.13 )

On December 11th, Li Shulei, Deputy Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection led a CPC Delegation to Copenhagen of Denmark where he held a special briefing session to promote the spirit of the 19th CPC National Congress. Over 50 representatives from all walks of life including the Danish government, business and academic circles and think tanks were present.

Li comprehensively publicized the spirit of the 19th CPC National Congress, and introduced the historical changes taking place in China over the past five years and the change of the principal contradiction facing Chinese society. Li mainly illustrated the rich connotation of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, analyzed the theoretical and cultural origins as well as realistic basis of this Thought, and stressed that the Thought is the new development of the theory of socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era, and also the profound answer to questions facing China and world today. The delegation also gave a special interpretation on General Secretary Xi Jinping’s idea of building a community with a shared future for mankind. The Danish side expressed that the 19th CPC National Congress is of great significance, which not only draws a blueprint for China’s future development, but also creates new opportunities for Denmark and China to further deepen cooperation in various fields. Li also presented the attendees with the English version of President Xi Jinping's Report to the 19th CPC National Congress.

At the invitation of the Danish Parliament, Li led the delegation to visit Denmark from December 10th to 13th. Besides holding the briefing session, the delegation also met with Søren Pape Poulsen, Leader of the Conservative Party and Minister for Justice of Denmark, Claus Richter, General Secretary of the Venstre and Jørgen Steen Sørensen, the Ombudsman of the Danish Parliament, and held symposium with some Danish experts and scholars.