China and the Philippines in the South China Sea to reach a consensus on China’s sovereignty over Hu jiqingwuyuetian

The Philippines in the South China Sea China consensus on Huangyan Island sovereignty unchanged in November 22, 2016 the foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang held a regular press conference Q: attention outside of the situation in the North Burma, according to media reports, the Burma people Wu and government forces still in fierce fighting. Do you have the latest data on the casualties of Chinese citizens? The Chinese government has carried out what work? Answer: it is understood that the area north of Burma fierce fighting yet again at present. About China casualties, I mentioned 1 China citizens were injured by a stray bullet yesterday, at present has been properly treated. There are no new reports of casualties. The Chinese side has made representations to Myanmar through diplomatic channels. We strongly hope that the parties to the conflict to exercise restraint, to immediately stop the military action to avoid escalation of the situation, take effective measures to restore border peace as soon as possible, and to prevent harm China’s sovereignty and border security of life and property. The Chinese side is willing to continue to Myanmar will play a constructive role in promoting the peace process. Q: Duthel Te, President of Philippines, 21, said he would put the Huangyan lagoon as a nature reserve, fishing is prohibited in this area of fishermen. What is China’s response to this? A: the two sides have reached a consensus on the return of the South China Sea dialogue and consultation track. China is also in a friendly friendship, Philippines fishermen went to the sea near the island of Huangyan to make appropriate arrangements for fishing. China’s sovereignty and jurisdiction over Huangyan will not change. We hope that the two sides will strengthen dialogue and cooperation, so that the South China Sea issue into a positive factor to promote friendship and cooperation between the two sides. President elect Trump says he will withdraw from the trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) after he takes office. What does this mean for China? Does it mean that China led the regional comprehensive economic partnership agreement (RCEP), the Asia Pacific Free Trade Area (FTAAP) negotiations will be more robust development momentum? Will China play a better role in regional and global leadership? A: we have repeatedly expounded China’s position on relevant issues. I would like to point out that the Chinese side on the first, all contribute to the Asia Pacific economic integration, promote free trade arrangements in principle are open to trade and investment liberalization and facilitation, promoting the development and prosperity of the Asia Pacific region. At the same time, we hope that the FTA will follow the WTO rules and help promote the multilateral trading system. We hope that the Asia Pacific trade arrangements will promote each other rather than mutually exclusive. We need to prevent fragmentation of the Asia Pacific trade arrangements, but also to prevent it from being politicized. Second, as you mentioned the new changes in the TPP process means that the Chinese led RCEP process will be greatly accelerated, first of all, I would like to correct it, the RCEP process is dominated by the ASEAN as the core. For a long time, China and ASEAN and other relevant parties have been actively promoting RCEP negotiations. We are willing to continue to work with all parties to promote the process of negotiations for an early positive progress. Third, just in Peru Lima at the end of the twenty-fourth APEC economic leaders meeting, the member economies discussed around the Asia Pacific regional economic integration, foreign issued construction economy, continue to deepen the regional opening.相关的主题文章:

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