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China to respond forcefully, if its sovereignty challenged PDF Print E-mail
BEIJING, Oct 27 (APP): China is steadfast to pursue the principle of peaceful co-existence, but it will take forceful measures in response to any moves that challenge the country’s bottom line on sovereignty.“We want to live in friendship with all countries, including Japan, but we have to uphold our principles and bottom line,” Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun said while addressing a press conference here Friday night.He made it clear that China pursues a policy of friendship and partnership with its neighbouring countries and stays committed to the path of peaceful development.“However, should anyone want to challenge China’s bottom line on the issue of sovereignty, China will have no alternative but to respond forcefully so as to remove disturbance and obstacles and move steadily on the path of peaceful development,” Zhang remarked.

The Japanese government’s decision to “purchase” of the Diaoyu Islands,which was announced on Sept 10, constituted a grave violation of China’s territorial sovereignty, he added.
He pointed out that the move has caused “the most severe repercussions” on China-Japan relations since the two countries normalized diplomatic relations in 1972.
The Diaoyu Islands are part of China’s territory in accordance with historical fact and law, Zhang asserted.
Japan has no right to buy or sell Chinese territory in any way and no transaction is allowed over even one inch of the Diaoyu Islands or anything on it, he said.
The “purchase” farce had been orchestrated by Japan’s right-wing forces, he said adding that the Japanese government, instead of doing anything to stop the right-wing forces from violating China’s sovereignty and sabotaging China-Japan relations, has stepped in and “purchased” the islands itself.
“What the right-wing forces had wanted to do and achieve was finally accomplished by the Japanese government,” he remarked.
The dangerous political tendency of the Japanese right-wing forces had once plunged Asia into a major disaster. Such forces, if not stopped but used, if encouraged and indulged out of domestic political needs, will become further emboldened and lead Japan further down a dangerous path, Zhang said.
 

     

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