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Saturday, December 11, 2010

China opposes interference with Nobel Peace Prize

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China says it is firmly against attempts by any country or individual to use the Nobel Peace Prize to interfere in China's internal affairs and infringe on its judicial sovereignty.

The Nobel Committee awarded the Prize at a ceremony in Oslo to Liu Xiaobo, who was sentenced to 11 years in prison for engaging in activities aimed at overthrowing the government.

The Foreign Ministry stressed that mutual respect for sovereignty and non-interference in internal affairs are the basic norms governing international relations.
The Ministry also said it hopes that relevant countries would abide by the norms and do more things conducive to mutual trust and cooperation.

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Rightways said...

There are many facts and evidences show that Liu Xiaobo has been funded by the US Congress and government to mislead Chinese people to overthrow their government!

How desperate dismay the American politicians?

Rightways said...

It is a high time for the Confucious Peace Prize to replace the corrupted Nobel prize now:

See previous posts:

# Confucius Peace Prize Snubs Nose at Nobel Peace Prize, in Battle of Ideas!

#US declared financial war to the world Prof Dr Michael Hudson:

Rightways said...

Learn the real peace and universal value of Chinese philosopher Confucius from Confucius Institute:

China calls for further cultural exchanges via Confucius Institute,

Note that Confucius is a universal philosophy, not religion.

All Chinese throughout the world, Koreans, Japanese, Mongolians and many SE Asians, etc are offspring of Confucius.