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|Monday, June 11, 2001, updated at 21:35(GMT+8)|
Ethiopia-China Ties to Be Further Strengthened: Ethiopian Deputy FMEthiopia-China relations have been going well and will continue to be strengthened in the new century, said Ethiopian deputy Foreign Minister Tekeda Alemu at a press conference Monday.
Alemu said that Ethiopia and China have supported each other all along. The two countries have persistently acted in accordance with the norms of international law, he added.
Ethiopia's position is "wholly based on the 'one China' principle," he said.
"We don't even have to be asked to support China. There is absolutely no doubt that is the position Ethiopia will take. It will always be the case," he stressed.
The deputy foreign minister also talked about the general status of economic cooperation between the two countries, hoping that reciprocal cooperation would be further expanded in the new century.
Alemu is here at the invitation of the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations.
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