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China opposes Japan's push for vote on UNSC reform
Latest Updated by 2006-02-08 10:37:54
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China opposes the move by any country to forcefully push for the vote on the reform plan of the United Nations Security Council, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan said in Beijing Tuesday.

Kong made the statement in response to questions on China's opinions about the new UN Security Council reform plan proposed by the Japanese Foreign Ministry.

"We have not yet seen this plan," Kong said. "The Chinese position on the UN Security Council reform is clear."

Kong said that China backs the UN Security Council to promote its authority and efficiency through reform.

China maintains that the reform should give priority to increasing the representation of developing countries.

"The reform should give more medium and small countries more opportunities to participate in the decision-making of the UN Security Council," Kong said.

"The reform should properly take into account the interests of all sides and, on the basis of full consultations, seek a solution acceptable to all," he added.

Asked to comment on the remarks from some Japanese officials that Japan had made contacts with China, and had several meetings with the United States on the reform plan, Kong said that Japanese Deputy Vice Foreign Minister Kohno Masaharu had paid a work visit to China as a guest of the Chinese Embassy in Japan last December.

At Masaharu's request, the Chinese side exchanged views with him on the UN reform issues, Kong said.

Since then, Chinese and Japanese officials in charge of the issues have not had any contact on UN Security Council reform, Kong said.

Editor: Yan

By: Source: China View website
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