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Monday, March 25, 2002, updated at 12:58(GMT+8)

China and Anti-terrorism
Shanghai Cooperation Organization FMs meet in Beijing
China Opposes Double Standard in Anti-Terrorism Campaign

Chinese Ambassador Sha Zukang said Wednesday in Geneva that double standard should not be adopted in the anti-terrorism campaign.
Speaking at the ongoing 58th Session of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Sha said the international community should stand firmly against all forms of terrorism, combating in a consistent and resolute way any terrorist act, regardless of how, when, where and against whom it is committed.


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China Opposes Double Standard in Anti-Terrorism Campaign
Chinese Ambassador Sha Zukang said Wednesday in Geneva that double standard should not be adopted in the anti-terrorism campaign.
Speaking at the ongoing 58th Session of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Sha said the international community should stand firmly against all forms of terrorism, combating in a consistent and resolute way any terrorist act, regardless of how, when, where and against whom it is committed.
 


People of Xinjiang Cherish Stability, Oppose Separatism
Lawmakers from the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region said Monday it is the common aspiration of the people in Xinjiang to maintain stability, promote economic development and oppose separatist activities resolutely. It is only a small handful of people who are engaged in separatist activities, and most of them belong to religious extremist forces.
 


Shanghai Sets up Special Anti-terrorism Troop
An emergency anti-terrorism troop was set up in Shanghai on February 5. Equipped with advanced weapons, uniforms, communication and other special devices, the troop can launch effective attacks against terrorists who seriously harm public security by holding guns, explosives and poisons.
 


Biochemical Terrorism Prevention System Mulled in China
The Chinese Ministry of Public Health has lately been mulling over efforts for various countermeasures and plans including personnel training to place China under a complete protective anti-biochemical system against terrorism.
 


Zhu Reiterates Anti-Terrorism with Karzai
Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji reiterated Wednesday that China opposes terrorism in any form. Zhu made the remarks in a discussion on the international community's anti-terrorism moves with visiting Afghan Interim Government Chairman Hamid Karzai.
 


China Condemns Terrorist Attack in India
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Sun Yuxi said China strongly condemns Tuesday's terrorist attack on the American Center in Kolkata, India.
 


True Colors of "East Turkistan" Terrorist Forces Exposed
The Information Office of China's State Council released an article Monday entitled "'East Turkistan' Terrorist Forces Cannot Get Away with Impunity."
 


"East Turkistan" Terrorist Forces Cannot Get Away with Impunity
The Information Office of China's State Council released an article Monday entitled "'East Turkistan' Terrorist Forces Cannot Get Away with Impunity." The article, about 8,000 Chinese characters, provides sufficient facts on the "East Turkistan" issue and exposes the true colors of the terrorist activities committed by the "East Turkistan" terrorist forces inside and outside Chinese territory.
The article reiterates the firm stand of the Chinese government against terrorism, calling on all peace-loving people throughout the world to fully recognize the nature of the "East Turkistan" terrorist forces and the serious harm caused by them, and jointly crack down on their terrorist activities.
 


Jiang Zemin Calls for Regional Anti-Terrorism Mechanism Between SCO
President Jiang said that the most urgent thing at present is to set up a regional anti-terrorism mechanism among the six members of SCO as soon as possible, while meeting with foreign ministers attending the SCO foreign ministers' one-day irregular meeting held Monday in Beijing.
 


SCO Vows to Fight Against Terrorism: Statement
The foreign ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Monday condemned all forms of terrorism and pledged to fight any form of terrorism and stand against using terrorism for political ends.
 


Join Hands Globe-wide in Fighting Terrorism
Terrorism, which threatens world peace and security and impacts the world economic development, is the scourge of all humanity. After the occurrence of the "September 11" terrorist attack on the United States, the anti-terrorism question has become the focus of attention of the world community.
 


China Amends Criminal Law for Combating Terrorism
The draft third amendment of the law was tabled at a session of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee Monday. The amendment was formulated "to deal more harshly with criminal acts of terrorists, for the protection of national security, social order and safeguard of safety of people's lives and property" .
 


China Against Extending Anti-terrorism Campaign: FM
Visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan has reiterated that China is against indiscriminately extending the ongoing anti-terrorism campaign out of unilateral political considerations.
 


China to Amend Criminal Law to Combat Terrorism
The Third Amendment to the country's Criminal Law will be made by Chinese legislators at their next session in a move to strengthen the legal framework forthe battle against terrorism.

The amendment was formulated "to deal more harshly with criminal acts of terrorists, for the protection of national security, social order and safeguard of safety of people's lives and property" .
 


China, US Reach Consensus on Anti-Terrorism Issues
China and the United States reached "a broad ranging consensus" on a number of anti-terrorism issues in talks with visiting US Ambassador-at-large Francis Taylor, which ended Thursday. Both Chinese Foreign Ministry officials and Taylor agreed that terrorism severely threatens the peace and development and the international community take comprehensive measures to strike against any form of terrorism. Sino-US joint efforts are also necessary.
 


US Coordinator for Anti-Terrorism to Visit China
US Ambassador-at-large Francis Taylor, coordinator for anti-terrorism of the US State Department, will visit China on December 5-6, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Zhang Qiyue announced Tuesday.
 


China Reiterates Willingness to Combat Terrorism
China stands ready to make its contribution along with the international community to the fight against all forms of terrorism, a senior Chinese diplomat said Friday in Vienna.
 


China, Russia Pledge Anti-Terrorism Cooperation
A Sino-Russian working group on combating terrorism held its first meeting from November 28 to 29 in Beijing. Both sides pledged to support each other on the issue.
 


FM Spokeswoman on Dalai, Anti-Terrorism War and Situation in Nepal
FM spokeswoman Zhang Qiyue held a regular conference Thursday in Beijing and stated China's stance on issues like Dalai's portugal visit, situation in Nepal and expansion of anti-Terrorism war.
 


China, Russia Begin Anti-terrorism Talks: Report
China and Russia began talks on Wednesday in Beijing about collaborating to combat terrorism, the first meeting of its kind between the two giant neighbours.
 






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