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China always respects the freedom of navigation and overflight all countries enjoy under international law. But we are consistently opposed to relevant countries threatening and damaging the sovereignty and security of littoral countries under the flag of freedom of navigation and overflight. We hope relevant countries can do more to safeguard regional peace and stability.
We urge the U.S. not to take any actions that challenge China's sovereignty and security.
No matter what anyone says or does, it cannot change the fact that the Diaoyu Islands belong to China, and cannot shake China's resolve and determination to protect national sovereignty and territory.
The root cause of the (North Korean) nuclear missile issue is its differences with the U.S. and South Korea. Beijing "has been striving for a settlement of the Korean Peninsula issue by proactively engaging in mediation and promoting peace talks.
The development of the internet in China must respect China's laws and regulations, in principle.
After years of development, China and the United States have actually formed a pattern of interests interwoven with each other. In terms of problems that exist in the China-US economic and trade relationship, both sides should seek proper solutions on the basis of mutual respect and equal treatment.
A group of Chinese warships led by its sole aircraft carrier is testing weapons and equipment in exercises this week in the South China Sea that are going to plan.
We hope all sides can refrain from speaking or doing anything that can aggravate the situation and work in concert to pull the issue back to dialogue and negotiation.
China's building of facilities and necessary territorial defensive facilities on its own territory is perfectly natural – the normal right of a sovereign nation under international law.
The Nansha islands are China's inherent territory. China's building of facilities and necessary territorial defensive facilities on its own territory is completely normal.
Among other things, they would be the last line of defense against cruise missiles launched by the United States or others against these soon-to-be-operational air bases.
China welcomes foreign companies, including American ones, to invest in and operate in China. At the same time they must respect China's laws and rules. This point is very clear.
We hope the United States can abide by its promises on not taking sides on the sovereignty dispute in the South China Sea, respect the efforts of countries in the region to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea region and do more to promote peace and stability there.
No matter who will become U.S. secretary of state, China is looking forward to working together with him to push forward greater progress of the bilateral relationship on a new starting point.
The Taiwan question bears on China's sovereignty and territorial integrity and touches our core interests.
If the [one China policy] is compromised or interfered with, any sound and steady development in China-U.S. relations and cooperation in various fields is out of the question.
The China-U.S. relationship has global and strategic significance. This not only concerns the happiness of both countries and their people, it concerns the peace, stability, development and prosperity of the Asia Pacific (region) and internationally.
China has noted the report and expresses serious concern about it. I want to stress that the Taiwan issue concerns China's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and involves China's core interests.
Both sides exchanged views on China-U.S. ties and important issues both are concerned with.
Upholding the 'one China' principle is the political basis for developing China-U.S. ties. If this basis is interfered with or damaged then the healthy development of China-U.S. relations and bilateral cooperation in important areas is out of the question.
We urge the new U.S. leader and government to fully understand the seriousness of the Taiwan issue, and to continue to stick to the one-China policy.
Resolution 2321 formulates new measures, showing the resolve of the Security Council, and also points out they must avoid creating adverse consequences for North Korean civilian and humanitarian needs, and are not intended to create negative effects on normal trade.
The government of the People's Republic of China is the sole legitimate government representing China.
Since it's a normal commercial activity, it will be carried out following the rule of markets and business. We hope the external parties will not over-interpret that or make any political intervention.
When talking to them you get a sense that the overall mood has changed since last year, from being very optimistic to being more cautious.
Foreign companies in China will continue to have great potential and space to develop. China's door is open and it won't be closed.
The Chinese government resolutely opposes nations with diplomatic ties with China to have any form of official contacts with Taiwan, including military exchanges and cooperation. We demand Singapore strictly abide by the one-China principle.
So it's not appropriate to comment on conjecture and supposition.
At present the Security Council members are having consultations on the draft. We hope Security Council members can reach consensus on the draft as soon as possible, to send a clear and united message.
At the same time, China expresses concern over the large number of Chinese citizens detained by the Philippines.
The entry and exit of foreign personnel and goods in the Hong Kong special administrative region should respect its relevant laws. I wish to reiterate that the Chinese government consistently and resolutely opposes any form of official exchanges, including military exchanges and cooperation, between countries with which we have diplomatic relations and the Taiwan region.
APL is committed to ensuring cargo security as well as full compliance with all regulatory and trade requirements in its conduct of business.
The Chinese side is always positive to people-to-people and cultural exchanges with the Republic of Korea. However, I believe you can all understand that such kind of exchanges should be based on public support. China's steadfast opposition to the deployment of THAAD is well known to all...Relevant parties must have taken note of that.
The incorrect actions of the Mongolian side regarding the Dalai's visit harmed the political foundations of China-Mongolian relations and caused a negative impact on the development of the bilateral relations.
That is to say, we hope that all sides do not consider or interpret free trade arrangements from the perspective of geopolitics.
I think that in this process, China will make its own contribution and play its own role.
This will add a new unsafe, unstable element for northeast Asia.
We hope that these trade deals will follow the World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules and be helpful to the multilateral trade system. Also, we hope these agreements can reinforce rather than thwart each other.
We should prevent fragmentation of economic and trade arrangements or politicizing such agreements.
We would like to push the negotiation process to make headway at an early date.
China's sovereignty and jurisdiction of Huangyan Island has not and will not change.
We look forward ... to expanding cooperation with the new U.S. administration.
Hong Kong is a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. This is very clear and unquestionable, and will not change.
China again demands South Korea strengthen their controls on law enforcement personnel.
China looks forward to increasing mutual trust between the two countries, deepening practical cooperation and continuing the tradition of friendship via the visit of President Duterte.
The Philippines is a traditionally friendly neighbor of China. The two peoples have a long history of friendship.
We keep repeating our position that the deployment of the THAAD missile system by the United States and the ROK [Republic of Korea] will not address the concerns of relevant parties, contribute to denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, or aid the peace and stability of the Peninsula. The deployment will severely damage regional strategic security interests and harm the regional strategic balance.
China has been making unremitting efforts with all sides concerned to achieve a proper resolution over the peninsular nuclear issue, for the purpose of maintaining the peninsular peace and stability and the system of international nonproliferation.