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Spokesperson's Remarks on US President Bush's Remarks on US-China Relations and Other Matters
2005-11-17

Q: It's reported that in his speech in Japan on 15th, US President Bush made some remarks on US-China relations, human rights and religious matters. How do you react?

 

A: China remains committed to the path of peaceful development. China has made remarkable achievements in improving human rights. Chinese people fully enjoy democracy and freedom including freedom of religious belief. Countries should conduct human rights dialogue and exchanges on the basis of equality, mutual respect and the principle of non-interference of each others' domestic affairs.

We hope that President Bush's visit can help to build consensus, enhance mutual trust, and expand exchanges and cooperation so as to press ahead with every field of the constructive and cooperative relations between the two countries in the 21st century.

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