After the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012, I held symposiums in Yan'an, Guiyang, Yinchuan, and Taiyuan with a number of provincial-level Party committee secretaries in which we planned poverty alleviation according to specific topics and stages and reviewed the progress that has been made in this regard.
China's poverty alleviation endeavor has brought tremendous changes to the work and living conditions of people in poor areas.
We have made important progress on addressing inadequacies in the push toward moderate prosperity, by focusing on key sectors and challenges.
Basic social assistance is an essential institutional arrangement for winning the fight against poverty, and represents the last line of defense in this fight.
The most arduous tasks associated with achieving moderate prosperity throughout Chinese society are those in rural areas, particularly impoverished rural areas.
Just three decades into the new century, the world has been hit by the gravest global crisis since World War II.
The novel coronavirus is the most broadly impactful global contagion that humanity has faced in the last century, and it has posed a serious threat to the health and safety of people all over the world.
We need to prioritize targeted, scientific, and law-based pollution control measures in order to effectively and resolutely win the battle to prevent and control pollution.