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President Hu: China values ties with France, unwilling to see events hurting Chinese feelings
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20:52, April 24, 2008

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President Hu Jintao said in Beijing on Thursday that China had always valued the Sino-French relationship and was regretful to see events occur that hurt Chinese feelings.

China sticks to the policy of Sino-French friendship, all-round cooperation and common development, Hu told visiting French Senate President Christian Poncelet in a meeting.

A series of events which were unfriendly to Chinese occurred in France recently, especially the disruption of the Beijing Olympics torch relay in Paris. Such an event hurt the Chinese people's feelings, Hu said.

"These are what we do not want to see," he told Poncelet.

Source:Xinhua



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