Chinese Foreign Ministry response to the recent military “invasion” of India reported (Figure)
Data Figure: China’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu
(Reporter Xing Shiwei) yesterday, the Foreign Ministry’s regular press conference, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu said recently the Chinese media for the Indian army “invaded” Indian “territory” remarks responded that both China and India are committed to a negotiated settlement of the boundary problem.
at a press conference, media questions, said the Indian media reports, the recent Chinese military “invaded” Indian “territory,” What is your comment?
Jiang Yu said that China and India’s position on the border issue is consistent and clear. China and India are committed to a negotiated settlement of the boundary problem. The two sides have reached consensus on border issue is resolved, efforts to maintain peace and tranquility in border areas. China’s activities in the border areas has been strictly adhere to these principles.
for Korea, “Tian An” incident and Kim’s visit, and asked the media during his visit to China and the DPRK leader Kim Jong-il is talking about “security” incident? U.S. and South Korea have said, the “day” incident resolved not to restart six-party talks. What is your comment?
this regard, Jiang Yu said China and DPRK have the tradition of high-level exchanges, Kim Jong Il’s visit is an important bilateral relations. During the visit, the two leaders held a meeting on issues of common concern in-depth exchange of views and reached broad consensus on further deepening bilateral traditional friendship.
on “security” incident, the Chinese side has reiterated many times that it is an unfortunate incident. The Chinese side has expressed condolences and sympathy to the ROK. The current investigation is still underway, we hope relevant question can be handled properly.
In addition, Jiang Yu said in answer to the question, the next round of Sino-US human rights dialogue this week in Washington. The two sides will progress in the field of human rights, multilateral cooperation on human rights and human rights issues of common interest to exchange views. We would like to equality and mutual respect, based on the field of human rights with the U.S. dialogue and exchange.