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|Tuesday, January 09, 2001, updated at 07:52(GMT+8)|
Foreign Ministry Spokesman on Tiananmen PapersChinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhu Bangzao commented Tuesday on the Tiananmen Papers that are reportedly to be published soon in the United States.
He said that the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Chinese government "had already made a correct conclusion about the political disturbances that took place in Beijing at the end of the Spring and the beginning of the Summer in 1989 and that the conclusion would not change."
Zhu said that the practice over the past decade and more has proven that the prompt and decisive measures that the CPC and the Chinese government took at the time were "highly necessary to the stability and development of China."
He said that the CPC Central Committee, with Jiang Zemin at the core, is united.
He noted that any attempt to play up the matter again and disrupt China by the despicable means of fabricating materials and distorting facts will be futile.
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