China supports countries on international cooperation to combat Somali pirates
Data Figure: China’s Fifth Fleet escort ships and ship-borne helicopters to protect the fleet safety
China news agency, United Nations, June 10 (Reporter Sun Yuting) – often newly arrived Chinese Wang Min, Deputy Representative of United Nations Headquarters in New York 10, said as of May 2010, China has continuously sent five Fleet escort ships to the Gulf of Aden 13, perform the escort mission off the Somali coast, the Chinese navy escort fleet completed a total of 202 approved 1300 ship with escort ships.
Wang Min, held at United Nations Headquarters in New York the day of the Contact Group on Somalia pirates sixth plenary session, said that the Chinese navy fleet to protect the convoy route through the waters of China and other countries and international organizations ship and personnel safety, to maintain peace and tranquility in the region to make a contribution. China will continue within the UN framework, and the parties extensively discussed the effective action to strengthen measures to combat piracy, and constantly build consensus and joint efforts to curb the piracy threat.
Wang Min, said that at present, international cooperation to combat piracy efforts have achieved initial success, but the piracy attacks on the time span to show a long range attack westward expansion of the Indian Ocean in-depth, action groups and other characteristics and trends, The international community’s efforts to combat piracy remains to be done.
He said China supports countries in accordance with international law and relevant Security Council resolutions on the fight against Somali pirates active in international cooperation, the Contact Group on Somalia pirates inception, China has actively participated in the Contact Group and its working groups under the and activities.
10, Chinese President Hu Jintao of the National People’s Congress decided to appoint Wang Min of the People’s Republic Deputy Permanent Representative, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.
It is reported that Wang Min was appointed to New York earlier this month. Born in 1963, former Foreign Minister Wang Min, deputy director of the International Division, and served from 2005 to 2007 as the Foreign Affairs Bureau of the CPPCC National Committee, from 2007 to 2010 served as the Foreign Ministry of External Security Affairs. After
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