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Chinese FM spokesman on Japanese prime minister UN speech

(Xinhua)

08:54, September 27, 2012

BEIJING, Sept. 27 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said that ownership of the territory should be solved on the historical and legal basis.

Qin made the comments early Thursday morning on the speech of Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda at the UN General Assembly.

Qin said that some individual country has ignored the historical facts and international laws, openly violated territorial sovereignty of other countries, and openly denied the result of the world anti-fascist war.

"The country seriously challenges the post-war international order, but tries to take the rules of international law as a cover. This is self-deceiving. The country concerned must face up to history and earnestly abide by international legal principles, and cease all actions that infringe the territorial integrity and sovereignty of other countries," said Qin. Most viewed commentaries

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