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The aim is to use this as an opportunity to interfere in and damage Sino-US relations.
China's position has already accurately and unmistakably been given to the U.S. administration and Trump's team.
Any person should understand that in this world there are certain things that cannot be traded or bought and sold.
Not everything in the world can be bargained or traded off.
Whoever attempts to harm the one-China principle out of any motive or uses the principle as a bargaining chip will definitely be facing broad and strong opposition from the Chinese government and people, as well as the international community.
China is firmly against any visit by Japanese cabinet members to the Yasukuni Shrine which worships class-A criminals in the Second World War. We once again urge the Japanese side to look squarely at and deeply reflect upon the past history of aggression, take a responsible attitude to properly handle relevant issues, and make tangible moves to win the trust of its Asian neighbors and the world.
Trying to liquidate the history of World War II by paying a visit to Pearl Harbor and consoling the dead is just wishful thinking on Japan's part.
Japan can never turn this page over without reconciliation from China and other victimized countries in Asia. Japanese leaders should stop being so evasive and dodging, and instead take a responsible attitude toward history and future, deeply and sincerely reflect upon the history of aggressive war, and draw a clear break with the past.
Our Liaoning should enjoy in accordance with the law freedom of navigation and overflight as set by international law, and we hope all sides can respect this right of China's.
If you have no definitive proof, then it is very hard for you to judge where the attacks really come from.
How can the 'one China' principle be traded for money? The Chinese government has never traded away its principles.
As two major powers with broad mutual interests, cooperation is the only correct choice.
There is a bit of over-reading, or a bit thinking about it too much: 'was it a misjudgment or orders from higher up'? But if you read the answer from the defense ministry spokesman, the facts are really simple and clear.
China's door has always been open to the Philippines, and I think you've also noticed that President Duterte has many times said he wants dialogue with China and his positive desire to appropriately resolve relevant issues.
We should be highly alert against the mischief-making intentions of people who spread such groundless information in such situations.
What I can tell you is that the situation in waters near Huangyan Island remains unchanged and China hasn't made any new moves.
We hope the relevant individuals can stop hyping up this kind of information, and stop sowing discord and tension.
I can tell you that there has not been any change to the Huangyan Island situation. China has also not taken new actions.
We hope the relevant side, when issuing such reports or opinions, can more objectively and fairly comment, seeking truth from the facts, on China's development and investment environment.
She "did not understand the relevant situation.
Based on our understanding, Phan-Gillis, because of her suspected crimes of espionage, has been charged according to law by the relevant Chinese department. China is a country ruled by law. The relevant Chinese department will handle the case strictly according to law.
The number of people supporting China rises by the day, so I have no way of giving you a precise figure. The actual number was not the most important thing. As long as you have an objective and impartial position, as long as you understand the main points of the history of the South China Sea and the essence of the so-called 'arbitration case', any unbiased country, organization or person will unhesitatingly chose China's just position.
At present, the situation on the peninsula remains very complex and severe. We think that the relevant party should avoid doing anything to further worsen tensions.
We hope that this conference can make a meaningful inquiry into the relevant cooperation issues in northeast Asia.
China is resolutely opposed to individual countries hyping up the South China Sea for personal gain.
Chinese official ships advised the illegally stationed Philippine trawlers to leave, in accordance with the law, but they refused to obey.
When pursuing its own security, one country should not impair others' security interests.
North Korea should stop taking any actions which would worsen the situation on the Korean peninsula.
We believe Chinese people on both sides of the Strait have a duty to jointly protect China's territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests and safeguard the stability of the South China Sea region.
We call upon Japan to respect the reasonable and deep concerns of the other regional countries, maintain a path of peaceful development, earnestly face up to and deeply reflect upon history, and play a constructive role in maintaining regional peace and stability.
I think this is perfectly obvious […] I'm afraid it is difficult to deny Vietnam's role as instigator.
We acknowledge that some violent terrorist incidents have taken place in some areas of Xinjiang. I believe any country facing such incidents would do what the Chinese government has done by opposing and firmly cracking down on them in order to preserve social stability and ensure the safety of the lives and property of people from all ethnic groups.
We hope a certain country can stop irresponsible attacks and accusations against China, start with themselves and take practical action to strengthen mutual trust and cooperation, and jointly safeguard peace and security in cyber space.
As to who masterminded it, local people are still investigating.
We support Palestine and Israel resolving their differences and disputes through peaceful talks. China's hosting of state visits by leaders of the two countries is part of our efforts to promote the peace process in the Middle East.
President Chavez was a great leader of Venezuela, and a good friend of the Chinese people, who made significant contributions to pushing forward friendly and co-operative Sino-Venezuelan relations.
We are still lacking a high level of understanding and trust. I notice there are some suspicions from different voices on the EU side towards China's rescue of the euro. We know that there are some (who are) demanding that China should do more to help Europe, while there are some saying: 'Is China coming to buy up Europe?' So, we are quite careful.