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Chinese FM wants international respect
update:October 26,2016
Oct. 26, 2016 -- China’s foreign ministry has reiterated its wish that countries that promised to respect the One-China policy would do so when it comes to Tibet-related issues. 
The Czech Republic and Slovakia issued statements to reconfirm their standing on the policy, after some prominent political figures received the 14th Dalai Lama. At a regular press conference, a spokesman for the ministry took a question on the Dalai Lama's European tour.
“I want to reiterate that China is resolutely against officials of any country having contact, in any form, with the 14th Dalai Lama,” said Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang.   
“China hopes that some countries can act as promised to respect the one-China policy, understand and respect China's core interests and major concerns. Also they should handle Tibet-related issues properly to ensure a healthy, stable and long-term relationship with China.”

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