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Which country is exporting arms irresponsibly? (2)

(People's Daily Online)

15:24, September 04, 2012

Compared to these countries, China is much more cautious and responsible in exporting arms. China always adheres to three important principles, that is, conducive to improvement of self-defense capacities of the recipient country, no harm to regional and global peace, safety and stability, and non-interference in internal affairs of the import country. China never exports arms to the countries, regions or entities which are under the international arms embargo.

The root cause why some countries make irresponsible remarks on China's normal arms export is that they try to safeguard their own strategic and economic interests. They do not want to abandon the “hegemony” logic, to see the growth of China, or to give up using double standards to deal with international affairs. However, their real intentions have already been discerned no matter how these countries try to hide them.

Read the Chinese version: 是谁在不负责任地出口武器?, source: Guangming Daily, author: Kong Chushan

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