China seek peaceful resolution of conflict
20 April 2017 International
Beijing’s Foreign Ministry has revealed that it is seeking to have a peaceful resolution of the conflict is has with the United States so that the restriction policy of export to china and many potential exports to china are not hindered.
Describing the China-US trade relations as complimentary business ties with intertwined interest, Director General of China’s Information Department of Foreign Affairs, Lu Kang, noted during a news conference at the International Press Centre, that both country’s cooperation in trade and commerce has a great potential.
The Information Minister added that China hopes that the US can adjust its outdated restriction policy of export to china so that they can create conditions to address its deficit with China.
“We hope to work with US to implement the consensus of the two leaders to expand our practical cooperation and handle our trade frictions on basis of mutual respect and cooperation and we will we will preserve the general China-US relations for steady development.”
On the indulgence of the visit to the disputed eastern section of Chinese boundary, it maintained a clear position that such action will cause a negative barrier on peace and stability due to its high tension and sensitivity of the issue
He said: “Both parties should remain constraint and be expectant, rather than be provocative and add fume to the flame.
“Our contact and communication with the major parties of the issue is to avoid wars and conflict. If once started, the consequences will be beyond control.
Quoting former US vice president Joe Biden, he continued: “Conflict is worse when it is intended than when unintended. Let us be careful not to play our things to pursue our ulterior political agenda.
“The situation is highly sensitive and the tension is very high so both parties should de-escalate tension to stop conflict and to avoid conflict is to be constructive in this regard.”
Kang announced the standardisation of names as the country is carrying out a census of the names of localities and to include such names in ethic languages.
Source: The Nation