美国国务卿蓬佩奥因伊拉克局势推迟原定下周对中亚国家的访问，但他计划在“中亚五国 美国”外长会(C5 1)上谈及新疆问题已被外媒广泛报道。干涉他国内政是美国外交的惯用手段。从“新丝绸之路”到“大中亚战略”，再到现在的“C5 1”机制，美国在中亚始终以推进民主、经济合作等为借口，干预中亚国家自主发展，阻挠中亚国家与俄罗斯、中国等国发展友好合作关系。
U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo has been widely reported in the Foreign Minister's Meeting of the \"Five Central Asian States \"(C51) on the issue of Xinjiang, after the delay in Iraq's planned visit to Central Asian countries next week. Interfering in the internal affairs of other countries is the customary means of American diplomacy. From the \"New Silk Road\" to the \"Great Central Asia Strategy\" to the present \"C51\" mechanism, the United States has always intervened in Central Asian countries on the pretext of promoting democracy and economic cooperation in Central Asia and obstructing the development of friendly cooperative relations between Central Asian countries and Russia and China.
Central Asian countries know the essence of American Central Asian policy. Murat Raumling, an expert on Kazakhstan's United States, points out that America's primary interest is not in Central Asia, and that Central Asia is important to the United States as a means of deterring China, Iran, and Russia. Frederick Starr, a US expert on Central Asia and the proponent of the Greater Central Asia Strategy, acknowledges this, saying the \"C6 1\"mechanism the US is brewing for Afghanistan will serve America's global strategy.
The Central Asian countries remained highly vigilant against United States operations in Central Asia. According to the Secretary of Justice of Tajikistan, the United States Agency for International Development has provided over $1 billion in grants to NGOs in Tajikistan since 1992. In addition to gathering information in the tower, these non-governmental organizations continue to issue reports criticizing the Government's policies and inciting social discontent.
It is clear that the Central Asian countries do not want to be \"pawns\" at the mercy of others. In the last 30 years of independence, their sense of independence and their ability to maintain independent development have grown. They regard their own stability, security and development as their core interests, and the reason why they continue to strengthen their cooperation with China is that it helps them achieve these goals.
In the view of the Central Asian countries, China is an ancient civilization worthy of respect, and the historical and traditional ties between the two sides are profound, forming a lot of commonality in national psychology and cultural traditions. They believe that China plays a relatively moderate, prudent and peaceful role in the game of great powers, agree with China's efforts to establish a just political, social and economic order in the world, endorse the concepts of mutual respect, consultation on an equal footing and mutual benefit and win-win situation put forward by China, and believe that China's sustained and stable development is conducive to world peace and its stable development.
China adheres to mutual respect with the Central Asian countries and develops its relations on the principle of equality and mutual benefit, which is welcomed by the Central Asian countries as one of the main reasons for the steady development of the bilateral relations over the years and the absence of major twists and turns. From the point of view of the Central Asian countries, China is a reliable partner, and political contacts with China have no worries, and the development of economic cooperation is profitable.
China has always considered the feelings of the Central Asian countries, attracted cooperation between the Central Asian countries through economic measures such as providing unconditional assistance, preferential loans and expanding imports, promoted political stability, economic development, people's livelihood improvement and the balance of international relations in the Central Asian region, promoted the international status of the Central Asian countries and promoted the economic integration of the Central Asian region.
For example, China's cooperation with Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan in the field of energy has helped diversify their energy exports, giving them stable and large markets and more lucrative profits, and making more independent foreign decisions. Moreover, China's investment in the non-resource areas of the Central Asian countries has helped them to improve their infrastructure and livelihood, promote diversification of their economic structures and enhance their economic independence and economic security. The multilateral cooperation mechanism and cooperation projects advocated by China have been instrumental to the development of economic and political cooperation among the Central Asian countries and are conducive to the sound development of relations among the countries concerned.