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We have always asked that Chinese citizens leaving the borders respect the laws and rules of relevant countries, and not get involved in gambling or gamble themselves.
The world knows clear the position held by the Chinese government on Taiwan-related issues. And I believe that President-elect Trump and his team are also aware of this.
We hope that the United States will cease making groundless accusations about Chinese companies and will provide a fair environment and favorable conditions for investment by them. I think this matter will in the long run be in the interests of all the parties concerned.
I think the United States side, including president-elect Trump and his team is also very clear about [this].
As for the motivations behind certain actions of President-elect Trump and his team, I don't want to speculate, but we certainly must declare our stand and attitude on issues that affect China.
U.S. President-elect Trump is clear about China's position on the Taiwan issue and China has maintained contacts with his team.
China resolutely opposes the politicization of any normal commercial takeover or the wrong move of political obstruction.
For us, for China, we do not comment on his personality. We focus on his policies, especially his policies toward China.
We attach high importance to the important role Interpol plays in international law enforcement cooperation and would like to promote global law enforcement security. In this field, China is willing to take more responsibility and make a bigger contribution.
Bilateral trade over the past decades has tangibly benefited the U.S. people and created jobs instead of harming their interests.
At the same time, we hope relevant countries can provide a fair environment and convenient conditions for investment by Chinese companies, which accords with both sides' interests.
China has already said several times that it welcomes President Duterte to visit China at an early date. As long as both the Philippines and China continue to maintain the political will to reconcile our differences, there are no obstacles that cannot be overcome.
Regarding North Korea's ballistic missile launch activities, at present the Security Council has explicit stipulations. So we hope all parties can honor the relevant U.N. resolutions.
China is resolute in its determination to protect its sovereignty and maritime interests.
Let's have a look at the results of Japan's throwing things into disorder over this same time period ... trying to confuse the South China Sea situation under the pretence of (acting for) the international community.
We look forward to China and the Philippines conducting dialogue at an early date.
Honestly speaking, I'm a bit shocked at Bishop's comments. We hope that Australia can set more store by international law, and not treat it as a game.
China cares about the environment and ecology there more than any other country. In fact, we have taken many steps to protect the ecology and environment.
If the United States plans this meeting, it will send the wrong signal to Tibet independence and separatist forces and harm China-U.S. mutual trust and cooperation.
At present, the situation on the peninsula is complex and sensitive. We hope all parties can strictly respect the decisions of the Security Council and avoid taking any steps that could further worsen tensions.
This is really laughable and preposterous.
Beijing did not recognize the "so-called government in exile. We hope that any country, especially those which want to have good relations with China, (does) not provide any convenience or platform to any so-called Tibet independence activities of anti-China separatists.
We hope all sides show restraint and take prudent action to avoid any moves that may increase the tensions on the (Korean) Peninsula.