‘Chinese-Venezuelan relations are normal (…) they develop pragmatic (…) legitimate and beneficial cooperation for both peoples,’ she said in response to statements by Elliott Abrams, the US special representative for Venezuela.
He reiterated his government rejection of a possible war intervention and any kind of interference in Venezuela, emphasizing that the problems of Venezuela only have to decide on the people.
CNPC President Jia Yong assured that as a result of this joint cooperation, the alliance reached 130 million barrels per day and aspires to surpass 165.
‘We have dedicated people, trained personnel and with a sense of belonging, who continue working hard to achieve the proposed goals’, he said.
As it recalled, these joint documents are the basis of the Beijing-Washington ties and the strategies to develop them.
The first of these was sealed in February 1972 at the close of a momentous dialogue between former US President Richard Nixon and former Chinese Prime Minister Zhou Enlai.
At that point, she mentioned the arrival of more than 100 million visitors to Xinjiang between 2017 and the first nine months of this year.
But Hua stressed that China will not allow citizens from other countries to go to the autonomous region in order to pressure local authorities or censor internal matters.
She also expressed the willingness of her office to provide the necessary assistance and make the necessary coordination so that foreign journalists move to that territory and perform normal coverage of their situation.
Hua responded thus to information from Reuters news agency on a letter prepared by ambassadors accredited here from Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, the European Union, Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Estonia, Finland and Denmark.
According to British news agency, diplomats request a meeting with the governor of Xinjiang to ask for explanations about the alleged human rights violations there.
He appreciated the dimensions, magnificent architecture, splendor, elegance of cultural and artistic objects of this maze of almost a thousand buildings, whose roofs are adorned with figures of mythological creatures.
Diaz-Canel testified to his stay here by signing a book.
The Forbidden City received its name because ordinary people could not enter without special licenses at that time, with the exception of courtiers.
Twenty-four emperors lived there until 1911, when the revolution that toppled China’s last feudal dynasty, the Qing, was held.
The tour of the Imperial Palace Museum was Diaz-Canel’s second activity after arriving this Wednesday in Beijing from the municipality of Shanghai (east), where he began on Tuesday his first official visit to China as Cuba’s president.
He had previously spoken with Wang Yang, the president of the Standing Committee of the 13th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
In case of Cuba, China firmly supports its people and during the last 26 years, it always voted at the UN General Assembly against the permanence of the economic, financial and commercial siege imposed by the United States.