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2015-04-09    来源:fmprc.gov.cn    【      美国外教 在线口语培训


Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying's Regular Press Conference on April 2, 2015

Q: According to media reports, Pakistan will buy 8 submarines from China. Is it true?

A: China and Pakistan are neighbors boasting traditional friendship, and the two sides maintain normal cooperation in the military industry and arms trade. Relevant cooperation adheres to international treaties, and complies with the consistent principles of China's military products export.

Q: General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong of the Communist Party of Vietnam is said to visit China soon. Please tell us more about the agenda of and China's expectations for this visit.

A: Vietnam is a very important and close neighbor of China. We attach great importance to developing bilateral relations with Vietnam. We are ready to maintain high-level exchanges, strengthen the friendly and mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields and ensure the sound and stable development of the bilateral relations. As for the specific agenda of the visit you mentioned, I don't have any information to offer to you at this moment.

Q: First, media reports say that a Pakistani government official is in China today to talk about the details of purchasing submarines from China. Please confirm this. Second, the Pakistani side announced that President Xi Jinping would visit Pakistan in recent days. Can you confirm this? What is the specific date of the visit?

A: On your first question, I have no information in this regard.

On your second question, China and Pakistan are close neighbors boasting traditional friendship and all-weather partners. The close high-level exchanges between the two countries have been leading the way for the growth of the bilateral relations. President Xi Jinping looks forward to paying a state visit to Pakistan at an early date within this year, and the two sides are in close communication on this. We hope and believe that this visit will further cement China-Pakistan friendship and deepen all-weather cooperation. As for the specific date of the visit, I have nothing to offer at this moment.

Q: When meeting with Sri Lankan President Sirisena last week, did President Xi Jinping propose a three-way meeting with India and Sri Lanka?

A: On March 26, President Xi Jinping held talks with Sri Lankan President Sirisena, and the relevant information has been released. During the talks, the two sides spoke highly of the bilateral relationship, underscoring that efforts would be made to carry forward and maintain China-Sri Lanka friendliness,push forward the continuous, sound and stable development of the bilateral relations under the new circumstances and bring more benefits to the two countries and two peoples.

Both Sri Lanka and India are significant and friendly neighbors of China in South Asia. We hope for the sound development of China-Sri Lanka and China-India relations, and are happy to see the growing relationship between Sri Lanka and India. The good interactions and mutual reinforcement among the three pairs of relationship deliver benefits to the three countries,and contribute to peace, stability and common prosperity of the region. We are poised to make joint efforts with Sri Lanka and India to promote the sound interactions with each other.

Q: Yesterday two US military jets landed at an air force base in Tainan because of a mechanical glitch. Does China have any comment on this?

A: We have taken note of the relevant report, and have lodged solemn representations with the US side. China urges the US to abide by the one China policy and the principles enshrined in the three joint communiques between China and the US, prudently and properly handle relevant issues and prevent similar case from emerging again.

Q: The negotiation on the Iranian nuclear issue on a comprehensive agreement is ongoing in Lausanne, Switzerland. How does China view the current situation?

A: In the final stage of the Iranian nuclear talks, Foreign Minister Wang Yi made a special visit to Switzerland, where he exchanged in-depth views with his counterparts on a wide range of issues and discussed what should be done to resolve the focal issues.

In order to move forward the negotiation, Foreign Minister Wang Yi brought about a four-point proposal on the future negotiation. First, political guidance should be upheld. Second, all parties should meet each other halfway. Third, a step-by-step and reciprocal process should be followed. Fourth, a package solution should be pursued.

After years of negotiation, remarkable progress has been made to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue. As an important party to the talks, China has been playing a positive and constructive role in the negotiation. Now the negotiation has come to its final stage, which is like the race to the top when climbing a mountain and the home stretch when running a marathon. It is hoped that parties concerned can seize the opportunity and strive for a comprehensive agreement at an early date.

Q: The US government launched a new sanctions program to target individuals and groups outside the United States that use cyber attacks to threaten US foreign policy, national security or economic stability. Given that China is often regarded as the major source of cyber attacks against the US, how do you respond to this move?

A: China firmly opposes and combats any form of cyber attack, and this stance remains consistent and clear. Cyber security bears on the common interests of all countries. Cyber attacks, usually launched across nations, are hard to trace back, thus requiring the common efforts of the international community through dialogue and cooperation on the basis of mutual respect and trust. China always disapproves one country's wilful use of sanctions on citizens and entities of another country following its domestic laws.

Q: Spain has reportedly applied to join the Asian Infrastructure Bank (AIIB). Please confirm this.

A: Please ask the multilateral interim secretariat of the AIIB for the specifics. As we have put it many times, we welcome the participation of any country as long as it is intended to join the AIIB.

(Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China)

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