Foreign Ministry: U.S. and Japan on the Diaoyu Islands issue, the idea of ??dialogue is only the United States
Data for: Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Jiang Yu
Nov. 2 (Xinhua) news websites, according to Foreign Ministry, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Jiang Yu answered questions today in a reporter’s question on the Diaoyu Islands, said that Japan on the Diaoyu Islands territorial dispute is the matter between the two countries. The United States repeatedly claimed that the US-Japan Security Treaty applies to the Diaoyu Islands, which is very wrong. And said the United States recommended the holding of China-US trilateral official dialogue, which is just the idea of ??the United States.
a reporter’s question, on the Diaoyu Islands dispute, the U.S. has reportedly said the Chinese side, the U.S. is willing to host China-US trilateral dialogue or talks between China and Japan to promote the exchange of views on a range of issues. Please confirm.
Jiang Yu replied, Hanoi, I would like to clarify the situation of Sino-US foreign ministers’ meeting. The two sides talked about the U.S. and Japan and other countries to strengthen cooperation and jointly promote regional peace and development in the Asia-Pacific issues. The United States recommended the holding of China-US trilateral official dialogue. I would like to emphasize that this is only the idea of ??the United States. China always holds that should make full use of existing dialogue and cooperation mechanism of the Asia-Pacific, so as to promote peace and development in the region play a more effective role.
Jiang Yu said, must be pointed out that the Diaoyu islands are Chinese territory, and Japan on the Diaoyu Islands territorial dispute is a matter between China and Japan. The United States repeatedly claimed that the US-Japan Security Treaty applies to the Diaoyu Islands, which is very wrong. The United States should do is to immediately correct the error position. Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi and Chinese Foreign Ministry has on many occasions expounded on China to the U.S. position on the stern.