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Feature: Atmosphere of Xinjiang's Gobi desert undergoes "physical examinations"

China.dot.org 03 Feb 2023
According to Xinjiang's meteorological service, the Akdala station is located in the upper reaches of China's weather system, far from the interference of human activity and in an area with good air quality ... China has announced that it aims to peak its carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060.
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China urges UK to stop manipulating BNO scheme

ECNS 02 Feb 2023
Chinese Embassy in the UK said on Wednesday China firmly opposes and strongly condemns UK's wrongful remarks on so-called 2-year anniversary of "HK BNO scheme" ... Relevant remarks from the UK side grossly interfere in Hong Kong's affairs and China's internal affairs and trample on basic norms governing international relations.
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UK should stop using BN(O) issue to interfere in China's affairs: Chinese authorities

People Daily 02 Feb 2023
The Chinese Embassy in the UK also strongly condemned the latest remarks from the British side, saying that the remarks seriously interfere in Hong Kong affairs and China's internal affairs, trampling on the basic norms of international relations, according to a statement released on Wednesday.
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EU-China relations disintegrating on autopilot

Asiatimes 02 Feb 2023
The visit came after two events that epitomize the state of EU-China relations ... In areas like state distortion of markets, sensitive technology, human rights, worries of political interference in Europe or aggressive diplomacy, Beijing has only provided more ammunition to those who want to curtail ties with China.
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CX Daily: A Metal Tycoon’s Liquidity Woes Disrupt China’s Copper Trade

Caixin Online 02 Feb 2023
A metal tycoon’s liquidity woes disrupt China’s copper trade ... Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said China “deplores and strongly opposes” the call between Pavel and Tsai, which constituted official contact with the Taiwan authorities and “serious interference” with China’s internal affairs, according to a statement on the ministry’s website.
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China Warns Incoming Czech Leader Over Call with Taiwan’s Tsai

Caixin Online 01 Feb 2023
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said China “deplores and strongly opposes” the call between Pavel and Tsai, which constituted official contact with the Taiwan authorities and “serious interference” with China’s internal affairs, according to a statement on the ministry’s website.
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China lashes out at NATO country's newly elected president

Beijing News 01 Feb 2023
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning stated on Tuesday that the conversation was "a serious interference in China's internal affairs." ... She added that Prague held the call on Monday "despite China's repeated dissuasion." ... The Pavel-Tsai call took place amid heightened tensions between China and NATO.
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Czech parliament speaker to visit Taiwan amid row with China

Taipei Times 01 Feb 2023
The speaker of the Czech parliament said she would visit Taiwan, a day after China lashed out at the nation’s president-elect for saying ... Just a day earlier, China called comments made by Czech president-elect Petr Pavel a “serious interference” in its affairs.
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Chinese FM holds phone talks with Saudi counterpart

ECNS 31 Jan 2023
China highly appreciates Saudi Arabia's consistent and firm support on issues concerning China's core interests and stands ready to work with Saudi Arabia to uphold non-interference in internal affairs and other basic norms of international relations, Qin noted.
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Sino-US ties should be based on mutual respect

People Daily 31 Jan 2023
Speaking ahead of a planned visit by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning said that the US cannot demand communication and cooperation from China while continuing to interfere in China's internal affairs and hurting its interests ... "China does not avoid or fear competition.
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China lashes out at NATO country's newly elected leader

Beijing News 31 Jan 2023
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning stated on Tuesday that the conversation was "a serious interference in China's internal affairs." ... She added that Prague held the call on Monday "despite China's repeated dissuasion." ... The Pavel-Tsai call took place amid heightened tensions between China and NATO.
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China angered by new Czech president’s Taiwan phone call

Manila Standard 31 Jan 2023
China criticized Czech president-elect Petr Pavel on Tuesday for holding a telephone call with Taiwan’s president and foreign minister the day before ... “This severely interferes in China’s internal affairs and has hurt the feelings of the Chinese people,” she added.
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China lashes out at NATO country’s newly elected leader

Russia Today 31 Jan 2023
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning stated on Tuesday that the conversation was “a serious interference in China’s internal affairs.” ... She added that Prague held the call on Monday “despite China’s repeated dissuasion.” ... The Pavel-Tsai call took place amid heightened tensions between China and NATO.
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China angered by new Czech president's Taiwan call

The News International 31 Jan 2023
"This severely interferes in China's internal affairs and has hurt the feelings of the Chinese people," she added ... effective measures to eliminate the negative impact of this incident and avoid irreparable damage being sustained to China-Czech relations", Mao said.
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Editorial Roundup: United States

Enid News & Eagle 31 Jan 2023
... defames the rule of law and human rights conditions in Hong Kong, maliciously attacks the national security law for Hong Kong, interferes in Hong Kong and China’s domestic affairs, and openly tramples on the basic principles of international law and international relations.

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