We’ll succeed together

By Mitko , BG

 China UNlimited___In nowadays is very important every countries all over the world to be unified. They must implement common policies purposeful to improve, save and sustain the world peace. Recently the world is facing many problems – geopolitical, economic, environmental, military and so on. The people should change their way of thinking. All people on this planet have to realize that the wealth, the money and others luxury goods they aren’t the most important things in the life. All people all over the world deserve worthy lifetime because every body lives once ever. The nature has provided enough resources for normally existence all world. I think that all countries, union, organization will must unite and work for better management of the world. European Union and China have key and strategic roles for the development of the world. They haven’t military conflicts and they strive to save and maintain the peace all over the world.

European Union and China should be an example for others countries in the world. It’s important they start hard policies targeted for cessation of hostilities in the world. Recently in the world there is an extremely pressing and serious problem concerning the future of the world – pollution of Environment. EU and China have a potential to create innovation policies and activities targeting reducing air emissions. They should invest funds in scientific activities for opening and introduction of innovative inventions – alternatives of the polluting sources. Recently all over the world there are many incurable deseases. They spread quickly among people. The medicine is unable to struggle with these problems. EU and China would could start creating policies accelerating research in the medicine – creating new medicines, new methods of treating. Nowadays the world is open and more and more people want get to know the world and the countries of foreign nations. EU and China would could make more policies related mobility, exchange of experience and knowledge, educations. It would be prerequisite for development and deepening relations between EU and China. The both should expand their economic and trade activities each other and all over the world to exchange capital and they should work to improve living standards of their populations.

EU and China should work hard for support the peace in the world. In my opinion should actively to talk with countries and organizes which are currently at war. They should help to stop all wars . It’s not necessary there are victims only because some countries want to be rich. The life of the people, security and freedom should being priorities of all countries. I hope that China and EU working on these problems and they do everything possible to reach agreement between countries which are in wars. Einstein is said: The peace can’t be safeguarded by force, it can only be achieved by understanding. China has very big industry and production but China has very dirty air.
It’s a premise for many diseases and unhealthy life for Chinese and the others people all over the world. The same process we note in some countries of EU. So we people damaging the whole Environment – air, the waters of the world, the soils and so on. In my opinion it’s necessary EU and China make policies for the less pollution if we want the life of people to be longer. EU and China should cooperate for creating ways and methods for more ecological production especially electrical energy, new equipment for reduce harmful emissions. It’s possible in nowadays – days of fast growing technologies. The investments in many scientific and research projects and processes will be useful for solving parts of the problems. Recently among the people there are many complicated and irreducible diseases. The medicine can’t deal with them. EU and China have potential to work together. Exchange of experience between doctors, conducting research, creating new medicines are examples for that. It’s also important EU and China work together in economic sector. China has the first positions for economic development, industries, enormous export, the biggest markets all over the world. They also make some the most luxury goods in the world. China so many dollars and it’s a disadvantage for Chinese economy. USA can devalue the dollars against the yuans. It would be bad for the economy and financial system of China. The huge population would also be created problems for Chinese – a shortage of territory, a shortage of resources for production a surplus of human resources. EU has many defects and disadvantages because the member countries of EU are different ethnicities. They have different interests and policies. The countries of EU can’t get consents on certain issues and some important policies. There are some countries in EU they haven’t higher standard of living. There is a high unemployment and production resources not used in the most efficient way. The cooperation between China and EU will be useful – exchange of capitals, production of innovative products and creating of luxury services. China and the countries of EU have a rich history and culture. Exchange of experience, exchange of skills, educations projects in different cultural fields. It would be a great opportunity Chinese and Europeans to be more uniform. Convergence of different culturies and nations always gives better results for the future of the world.

In my opinion every countries should be united and together we will overcome the common problems. It is my vision for the future between China and EU. I dream and I want to see every countries all over the world to be united – without wars, less problems. Everyone deserves a decent living. I hope that China and EU work and they will continue to work actively. I believe that we will succeed together.

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