China-EU summit decided to postpone the European media, sparked concern
The EU recently postponed for China-EU summit decision have complained that China's "excessive reaction" that the Chinese government made a response to the hard-line. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao said again on the 2nd China-EU relations back on track depends on whether Sarkozy could create the right conditions. The Chinese government's response immediately sparked concern of the European media, the media have commented, "China warned Sarkozy canceled a meeting with the Dalai Lama." Sarkozy dissatisfaction with the Chinese see the Dalai Lama on November 2, Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao at a regular press conference on China-EU relations between China and France to answer the relevant questions from reporters. In response, "the leaders of France still insists on meeting with the Dalai Lama, how will China do next?", Liu Jianchao, said: "The French side on China's principled stance and the major concern is clear." "It is the need to France Choice, we hope that the French side to take effective measures for China-EU Summit and create an appropriate atmosphere and conditions. "When asked about the emergence of the Internet in China to resist the voice of France, Liu Jianchao, said:" China attaches great importance to the European Union And France. We also hope that the people of China and calmly look at the relationship between the EU and France. " Agence France-Presse, Reuters and other European media in China reported the first government of the Dalai see Sarkozy's response to the latest. Agence France-Presse reported that "China firmly but calmly that the Chinese side on the Tibet issue with France's position." Reported that the Chinese government can appeal to Chinese consumers to boycott French goods to remain calm, but because France insisted that the Tibet issue for the Sino-French relations step by step to create obstacles. European media of the view that China's Sarkozy proposed a "warning", "France must make a choice." Deutsche Welle said that China today has asked for French President Sarkozy canceled this weekend's meeting with the Dalai Lama, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said that "France is now the time to make a decision." Britain's Reuters article also said, "China warned French President Nicolas Sarkozy met with the Dalai Lama plans to give up." Report said that from now on it, Sarkozy is unlikely to cancel the meeting. However, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao warned, "This dispute is more clouded relations between China and Europe." At the same time, even though the Chinese side expressed the hope that people look at the cool-EU, Sino-French relations, but Europe is still worried that the media Sino-French relations may be strained to France in China a threat. Britain, "The Guardian" for the Chinese side on the 2nd China-EU summit postponed again on the issue of the analysis of the position that China once again "reprimanded" Sarkozy. The article said that although those who have as a result of the Paris torch relay events from the boycott French companies on the Chinese side reiterated that "to reduce the fear," but analysts believe that if further deterioration of Sino-French relations, "the Chinese government is very easy for enterprises to France in Punishment. " Reuters also said that Britain, even though the Chinese government called on the people to "cool-headed look at China and the EU, Sino-French relations," but "indirect" and that "if Sarkozy insisted the meeting with the Dalai Lama, the Sino-French relations would be damaged" .