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Chinese FM: dialogue between G8, developing nations should be maintained
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14:10, July 04, 2008

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Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said in an interview with Russian media that China believed the dialogue between the Group of Eight (G8) and developing nations was a good pattern which should be maintained.

"The current dialogue pattern between G8 and relevant nations is working well, and should be maintained," said Yang when responding to the question on whether China planned to join the G8 in a written interview with the Interfax news agency on Friday.

He said there were still differences between G8 members on the expansion of G8, and China will keep contacts with all relevant parties on this issue.

Yang said China has noticed the recent remarks from inside and outside G8 to expand the group and increase some members of developing nations. "This shows that relevant side attaches great importance to the role of developing nations and the dialogue and cooperation between the South and the North, which China appreciates," he said.

Yang added that Chinese leaders have attended the dialogues between G8 and developing nations for many times at invitation, which China believed were conducive to promoting multilateralism and the settlement of global issues, and building a new global partnership of development featuring equality, mutual benefit and win-win results.

Source: Xinhua



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