Does the Foreign Ministry have any comment on Mr. Prodis remarks?
At the moment, the post-war government arrangement in Afghanistan is a question being closely watched by various sides. The international community has already reached some consensus on this issue. The Chinese side has stressed on many occasions that the final settlement of the Afghan issue should be decided independently by the Afghan people themselves. There is clear agreement on this point in the relevant resolutions by the UN and its Security Council. The Afghan history has shown that any foreign force could not individually dominate the affairs in Afghanistan. We hold that, at the moment, the UN and the international community should guide and encourage the various parties in Afghanistan to step up their political dialogue and reach an consensus as soon as possible on the composition of the transitional government and other issues. Q: Last week, the Dalai Lama claimed in Portugal that China is carrying out “cultural genocide” in Tibet. What is your comment? A: Anyone with some kno
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