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China's voice on Sept. 13, 2012

(People's Daily Online)

09:01, September 13, 2012

Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei hold a regular press briefing on September 13. (File photo/ Foreign Ministry of China)

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>>>> China condemns U.S. diplomatic compound attack

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei on Wednesday evening expressed the country's shock at attacks on a U.S. consulate in Lybia and voiced strong condemnation of the violent deeds.

"We are shocked at attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi that caused the death and injury of a number of people, including the U.S. ambassador. And we strongly condemn the violent deeds," a press release quoted Hong as saying.[Read More]


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China again demands Japan repeal its decision to "purchase" Diaoyu Islands

China again demanded that Japan repeal its wrongful decision to "purchase" the Diaoyu Islands during Japanese diplomat Shinsuke Sugiyama's visit to Beijing on Wednesday.

Luo Zhaohui, head of the Chinese Foreign Ministry's Asian Affairs Department, held consultations with Sugiyama on the current China-Japan relations on Tuesday and Wednesday.[Read More]

>>>> China reiterates Diaoyu Islands position to Japanese diplomat

China reiterated its stance on the Diaoyu Islands in a meeting with a senior Japanese diplomat on Wednesday, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Wednesday.

"China firmly demands that the Japanese government repeal its wrong decision to purchase the Diaoyu Islands," spokesman Hong Lei told a regular press briefing.[Read More]

>>>> Chinese youths voice indignation over Japan's "purchase" of Diaoyu Islands

The All-China Youth Federation and the All-China Students Federation issued statements on Wednesday, expressing strong indignation toward and opposition against Japan's so-called "purchase" of the Diaoyu Islands.

Despite strong warnings and opposition voiced by top Chinese leaders, the Japanese government on Tuesday signed a purchase contract with the Kurihara family, which Japan claims is the "private owner" of the Diaoyu Islands.[Read More]

>>>> China hopes IAEA handle Iranian nuclear issue objectively: FM

China hopes the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will deal with the Iranian nuclear issue in an objective and balanced manner, a spokesman said Wednesday.

"We are actively participating in the deliberation of the Iranian nuclear issue at meetings of the agency, and hope the agency will play a constructive role to promote the diplomatic effort to solve the issue," Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said at a regular news briefing.[Read More]

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