For historical reasons, there is still some room for us to improve with respect to human rights.
I have heard of this thing but so far I have no knowledge of this.
This is the third time the U.S. government has appointed a so-called coordinator for Tibet.
In some Western countries, including in the United States, some people have ignored the overall development of China's human rights.
We are very displeased and we urge the United States to immediately stop its military actions towards Iraq.
We recognize that countries have the right to take necessary measures to enhance their own security. But it's our view that this enhanced security should not be built at the cost of other countries' security.
If he gives up separatism, he is welcome any time to go back to China and preach (Buddhist) religion.
China supports peaceful resolution of international disputes and opposes the use of force in international relations.
The United States stands alone in this anti-China farce. The motion against China was naturally doomed to fail.
China has no intention to assist, in any way, any country in the development of ballistic missiles that can be used to deliver nuclear weapons.
In our view this disrupts the global strategic balance and stability. It is our view that this plan does not help the U.S. side and also harms the interests of other countries.
The U.S. side should take a cooperative attitude and not seek excuses to evade responsibility.
The United States must take a more cooperative and pragmatic attitude, it must take responsibility, and it must apologize.
Both of us have over 500 million farmers whose interests need to be protected in the agriculture negotiations. We have similar concerns on environment, climate change, energy policy and so on. Even if we don't coordinate on each issue, we will find ourselves on the same side.
The United States has not received permission from the U.N. Security Council and took unilateral action in using force against Iraq, violating the U.N. charter and international principles.