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UPDATED: 08:38, March 10, 2005
Argentina "understands and supports" China's enactment of Anti-Secession Law, Argentine FM says
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Visiting Argentine Foreign Minister Rafael Antonio Bielsa said Wednesday in Beijing that the Argentine government "understands and supports" the enactment of Anti-Secession Law by China's National People's Congress.

The Argentine government will adhere to the one-China policy, Bielsa told Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing during their official talks.

The two foreign ministers also exchanged views on bilateral ties and global and regional issues of mutual interest.

China's enactment of the Anti-Secession Law is to oppose and check the secessionist activities of the "Taiwan independence" forces and promote China's peaceful reunification.

During the ongoing plenary session starting March 5, deputies of the Chinese National People's Congress, the country's legislature, will deliberate the draft and vote to ratify the law.

Bielsa arrived in Beijing Tuesday for a three-day working visit at Li's invitation.

Source: Xinhua


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