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China's voice on Dec.10, 2012

(People's Daily Online)

08:46, December 11, 2012

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hong Lei held a press conference on December 10, 2012. (Photo/ Foreign Ministry of China)

>>>> China calls for trust, cooperation on South China Sea issue

China called on Monday for concerned parties on the South China Sea issue to make more of an effort to increase mutual trust and cooperation.

At a regular press conference, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said, "China hopes the concerned parties take regional peace and stability as a priority and generate more efforts to increase mutual trust and cooperation." [Read More]

>>>> China responds to DPRK satellite launch rescheduling

China on Monday called for joint efforts to safeguard peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula after the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) announced a change in the timing of its upcoming satellite launch.

"We have noted the latest news released by the DPRK side," said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei when questioned on the matter at a daily news briefing.[Read More]

>>>> China mostly satisfied with Doha talks

China is satisfied with the achievements of the United Nations climate talks held in Doha, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Monday.

Spokesman Hong Lei said at a regular press briefing that by maintaining the basic legal institutions of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Changes and its Kyoto Protocol, the talks advanced multilateral climate change talks in general and sent out a positive signal to international society.[Read More]

>>>> China calls for comprehensive strategy to address challenges in Sahel

A China UN ambassador Monday urged the international community to formulate a comprehensive strategy to deal with the complex challenges facing the Sahel region.

Li Baodong, China's permanent representative to the UN, made the statement at an open debate of the Security Council on the situation in the Sahel region, where UN Secretary-General Ban Ki- moon, his Special Envoy for the region, former Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi and other high-level UN officials made their briefings.[Read More]

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