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口译视频:外交部长王毅10:中日关系

2015-04-24    来源:网络    【      美国外教 在线口语培训

外交部长王毅答日本广播协会记者问10

中日关系

 

【中英文本】

NHK: China has announced that it will hold a military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. Does China have a plan to invite the Japanese Prime Minister to come to China so that the leaders of the two countries can jointly discuss the future of the bilateral relationship? Many people in Japan believe that maybe China is using the history issue as a tool to denigrate Japan's contribution to international peace over many years and tarnish Japan's international reputation. If China really has the broad mind of a large country, then shouldn't it be readjusting its policy towards Japan?
日本广播协会记者:中国政府日前宣布将在今年二战胜利70周年之际举行阅兵仪式。中方是否有邀请日本首相安倍访华、日中首脑共商两国关系未来发展大计的打算?在日本有不少的民众认为,“中国是不是利用手中的历史问题作为武器,贬低这些年来日本对世界和平的贡献,中伤日本在国际上的信誉”?如果中国真是有“大国胸怀”的话,是不是应该调整对日政策?

Wang Yi: This year marks the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people's war of resistance against Japanese aggression. As the main Eastern theater in the world's anti- Fascist war, China will hold a series of commemorative activities, including a military parade. This is consistent with the practice of other countries, and is perfectly normal and natural. Our goal is to remember history, commemorate the martyrs, cherish peace and look to the future. We will extend invitations to the leaders of all relevant countries and international organizations. We welcome the participation of anyone who is sincere about coming.
王毅:今年是中国人民抗日战争胜利70周年,作为当年世界反法西斯战争的东方主战场,中方参照其他国家的做法,举办包括阅兵式在内的纪念活动十分正常、自然。目的就是铭记历史,缅怀先烈,珍爱和平,开辟未来。我们会向所有的有关国家领导人和国际组织发出邀请。不管是谁,只要诚心来,我们都欢迎。

http://english.cntv.cn/2015/03/08/VIDE1425784081769814.shtml

You mentioned the history issue. This issue has been haunting the China-Japan relationship, and we cannot but ask why this has been the case. I remember the words of an elder Chinese diplomat. He said that the more the victimizer is conscious of his guilt, the easier the victimized can recover from the suffering. Actually this is common sense in interpersonal relations and the correct attitude towards history. Those in power in Japan should first ask themselves what they have done on this score. Of course, the people of the world will reach their own conclusion. Seventy years ago, Japan lost the war; seventy years afterwards, Japan must not lose its conscience. Will it continue to carry the baggage of history, or will it make a clean break with past aggression? Ultimately, the choice is Japan's.
你刚才又提到了历史问题。这个问题一直困扰着中日关系,我们要问一声,究竟原因何在?我想起一位中国的外交老前辈在这一问题上的主张,他认为,加害者越不忘加害于人的责任,受害者才越有可能平复曾经受到的伤害。其实,这句话既是人与人的交往之道,也是对待历史的正确态度。日本当政者在这个问题上做得如何,首先请扪心自问,世人也自有公论。70年前,日本输掉了战争。70年后,日本不应再输掉良知。是继续背着历史包袱不放,还是与过去一刀两断,最终要由日本自己来选择。



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