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Chinese FM Yang Jiechi on foreign policies

2009-03-07 04:04:05 GMT2009-03-07 12:04:05 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi speaks a the press held by the Second Session of the 11th National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, March 7, 2009. (Xinhua Photo)

BEIJING, March 7 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi is meeting domestic and overseas journalists Saturday morning on the sidelines of the annual parliament session. The press conference has just begun at the Great Hall of the People in downtown Beijing.

Early FTA negotiations conducive to China, ROK

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said on Saturday that negotiations on establishing FTA (Free Trade Area) with the Republic of Korea (ROK) should start as early as possible. [More Details]

China, other Asian nations should work creatively to boost regional economy

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi on Saturday said both China and the other Asian countries should take creative and pioneering steps to pull the Asian economy out of the shadow of the global financial crisis. [More Details]

Chinese FM urges positive contribution to Darfur solution

All parties concerned should make positive contributions to facilitate the solution to the Darfur issue instead of doing the opposite, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday. [More Details]

China still investigating into tainted dumplings case

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said here Saturday that the tainted dumplings case is a criminal case, and investigation into the case is still going on. [More Details]

China's diplomacy serves economy

The main task of China's diplomacy this year is to promote economic cooperation and trade between China and other countries, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said on Saturday. [More Details]

Central gov't supports Hong Kong, Macao to fight financial crisis

The Chinese Foreign Ministry is committed to supporting Hong Kong and Macao in their multilateral exchanges in the combat against the financial crisis, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday. [More Details]

BRIC co-op beneficial to regional, world peace

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday that exchange of views and cooperation among the so-called "BRIC" nations are beneficial to promoting regional and world peace and stability. [More Details]

China pledges stronger ties, further energy co-op with Russia

China will further promote cooperation and exchanges with Russia this year as the two countries embrace the 60th anniversary of their establishment of diplomatic ties, said China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi here Saturday. [More Details]

Dalai by no means a religious figure, but a political one

The Dalai Lama is "by no means a religious figure, but a political figure," Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday. [More Details]

Chinese FM confident over Sino-French relations

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday he is fully confident about the long-term development of the Sino-French relations while urging France to make "positive" signs in dealing with major concerns of China. [More Details]

China opposes auction of looted Chinese cultural relics

The Chinese government opposes the auction of looted Chinese cultural relics, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said here Saturday. [More Details]

China calls for concerted efforts to advance six-party talks

All parties concerned should make concerted efforts to advance the six-party talks on the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday. [More Details]

China follows development of DPRK's test fire of communication satellite

China is following the development of the situation and the reaction of relevant countries after the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) announced the test fire of a communication satellite, Chinese Foreign minister Yang Jiechi said here on Saturday. [More Details]

China, Japan, ROK shall enhance co-op amid global financial crisis

China, Japan and the Republic of Korea should enhance exchanges and cooperation in face of the global financial crisis and make due contribution to help Asia overcome difficulties, said Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi Saturday. [More Details]

Tianwaitian gas oilfield in China's exclusive economic field

The Tianwaitian gas oil field is located in China's exclusive economic field and has nothing to do with the principles and understanding reached between China and Japan on the East China Sea issue, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday. [More Details]

Chinese FM calls for international co-op to address climate change

Developed and developing countries should join hands to address the global climate change, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said here on Saturday. [More Details]

China expects "positive" results from G20 London summit

The G20 summit scheduled next month in London would be able to achieve "positive" results with the joint efforts of all parties, said Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi here Saturday. [More Details]

China ready to cooperate with Obama administration to improve relations

China is ready to cooperate with the new U.S. administration to improve China-U.S. relations, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday. [More Details]

Chinese President to discuss Sino-U.S. relations with Obama in London

Chinese President Hu Jintao will meet his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama during the London G-20 meeting this April, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said here on Saturday. [More Details]

China's diplomacy sees "enormous challenges," "good harvest" in 2008

China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said on Saturday that 2008 was a year of good harvest despite enormous challenges for China's diplomatic work. [More Details]

Chinese FM meets journalists

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi is meeting domestic and overseas journalists Saturday morning on the sidelines of the annual parliament session. The press conference has just begun at the Great Hall of the People in downtown Beijing. [More Details]

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