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China 'constructive' in climate change talks

2010-10-04 11:01:59 GMT2010-10-04 19:01:59 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Tianjin – China will continue to play a "constructive role" in advancing the process of international negotiations on climate change.

Xie Zhenhua, deputy chief of the National Development and Reform Commission and China's top climate official, made the remarks during a press conference on the sideline of the United Nations climate meeting in Tianjin.

China has made suggestions or recommendations on all issues relating to the climate change, ranging from adaptation to financing mechanism, Xie said.

China is working actively with developing countries and has also established smooth dialogue cannels with major developed countries.

"Both US and China are major promoting forces in accelerating the international negotiations on climate change,” Xie said.

“However, neither of the two countries are decisive factors of the whole process because this is a matter of all countries across the world under the international framework," Xie said.

All countries should share one thought and join hands to promote the whole progress, he added.

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