The First US President Getting Involved in A Lawsuit in China
Beginning in the early spring of 2011, the Syrian Civil War which is a multi-sided armed conflict with international interventions has caused one of the biggest refugee crisis. As a result, approximate 5 millions of Syrian people left their country seeking for better security in other countries and Europe. The rush of refugees into Europe also lead to various social problems including xenophobia, crimes, nativism and etc.
Last year, Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed at the opening ceremony of the Johannesburg Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) and announced that China will roll out 10 key programs with its African counterparts to strengthen tie with Africa in the later 3 years. One key program is that China-Africa peace and security program, China will denote 60 million U.S. dollars to the African Union to build and train its army, both its regular army and crisis response, as well as assisting UN peacekeeping in the continent.
Consolidated Report by ChinaAbout.net: In the joint opening ceremony of the fifth U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, Vice Premier Wang Yang of the People’s Republic of China suggested that “Sino-US relation is the world’s most important bilateral relationship. In 2009, the two heads of the states jointly initiated strategic and economic dialogue mechanism between the two countries as an important platform to enhance mutual trust, expand cooperation, and mitigate differences. For four years, the two sides communicate around the overall, long-term, strategic issues, and thus ensure the ship of China-US relations advancing in the right direction.”
In order to plead for a Philippine female drug trafficker who has been sentenced to death penalty in China (to be carried out on 2nd of July), Philippine vice president Jejomar “Jojo” Cabauatan Binay planned a visit to China in June 30th, and submitted a letter written by Philippine President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III to the Chinese leaders.
According to RIA Novosti news on June 21, Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin and China National Petroleum Corporation Chairman Zhou Jiping, signed a long-term crude oil supply agreement with presence of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli.
At a regular press conference on the 20th of June, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying claimed that any country is not eligible to proceed any “rating” against other countries.
On a routine press conference held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a reporter asked: “According to media reports, the United States has been implementing network monitoring against China. What is China’s comment?”