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2009 年 9 15, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Jiang Yu held a regular press conference
2009 年 9 15, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Jiang Yu held a regular press conference on the proposed Iran met with the six countries, Japan and ROK Summit and other question and answer. And answered questions.
Jiang Yu: Good afternoon. Now I am ready to answer your questions.
Q: According to Japanese media, Premier Wen Jiabao will visit North Korea. Please confirm. If so, Could you give more details?
A: As for your question, I have no formal announcements. As you know, the Chinese government has always attached great importance to developing friendly and cooperative relations between neighboring countries, China and neighboring countries have maintained close and friendly contacts.
Q: Recently, some U.S. officials to visit Dharamsala, India, and met with the Dalai Lama. What is your response?
A: in China’s position on the Tibet issue is very clear, we have always resolutely opposed to any foreign official meeting with the Dalai Lama.
Q: According to Indian media reports, two weeks ago, two Indian border guards were wounded by bullets from the territory of China. Please confirm.
A: I have not heard the case you mentioned, you can ask the relevant departments. But I noticed that the Indian media, recently released a number of unfounded information, I do not know for what purpose.
Q: Can you tell us about the leaders of Japan and South Korea to prepare the talks of the progress?
A: in the next three parties have been in the ROK Summit and Foreign Ministers of the date, location, etc. to maintain close communication. Determine the relevant arrangements, we will keep you updated.
Q: According to reports, Iran will soon be made with the six-nation package of proposals on their meet. What’s your expectation?
A: a few days ago, Iran agreed to a meeting recently with the six countries. This is an important step in China welcomes. We believe that parties concerned should seize the current favorable opportunity to step up diplomatic efforts to promote the meeting to achieve positive results, the resumption of dialogue and negotiation process.
Q: I have two questions, first, Hatoyama of Japan set up a new cabinet tomorrow, China’s expectation? Second, South Korean media reported yesterday, State Councilor Dai will visit the DPRK, please confirm.
A: We look forward to the new Japanese cabinet to enhance communication, exchange and cooperation, enhance mutual trust and future joint efforts to promote China-Japan relations have made new progress. On your second question, I have no news in this regard.
Q: You mentioned the Indian media over the past few weeks, there are many tensions in Sino-Indian border on the report, China is the matter with India on the diplomatic level of communication ? Report on the Indian side is dissatisfied? China on Sino-Indian border situation any further comments?
A: and Indian governments have reached a consensus in the Sino-Indian border issue is resolved, both sides should make joint efforts to maintain peace and tranquility in border areas. China has been strict compliance with the consensus. We hope India can do more good for the media to promote mutual understanding between the people and understanding things.
Q: on the Dalai Lama issue. Dalai Lama says he hopes to meet President Obama at the end of the year, China has made representations to the U.S. side?
A: the Chinese government’s position on the Tibet issue is consistent and clear. We firmly oppose the Dalai Lama in any name and identity to any country engaged in activities of splitting China, resolutely oppose any state officials to make contact with the Dalai Lama in any form and firmly opposed to any external forces by the so-called Tibet issue to interfere in China’s internal affairs. The United States is very clear that the Chinese government’s stance on this issue.
Q: According to reports, the United Nations Commission on the Limits 11, said a working group under the committee has taken up an extension of Japan’s Pacific continental shelf applications, China has official United Nations to submit objections. Please tell us about the latest developments in this matter and the Chinese position.
A: can not sustain human habitation in Japan, can not maintain its own economic life Okinotori claim exclusive economic zone and continental shelf reef anchored in violation of the “United Nations Law of the Sea Convention “provides, has caused international concern. The Chinese government’s position on this issue is consistent. We hope that the CLCS as “the Convention” agency to properly handle this issue.
Q: According to the Xinhua News Agency reported that China is being held in Afghanistan and Iraq, a two-month military mine clearance training courses, this mean that China is now more willing to participate in two peacekeeping work?
A: China has been actively committed to advancing the peace process in the country, to help Afghanistan and Iraq to achieve national stability and economic reconstruction, China and Arab, two countries, including mine clearance in Iraq assistance and training, including cooperation in various fields. We hope the two countries could soon embark on a lasting peace and prosperity development.
If nothing else, the press conference ended. See you next time.