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To: Spytrdr who wrote (1695)8/28/2002 11:04:14 AM
From: GUSTAVE JAEGER  Read Replies (1) of 3959

China deals U.S. blow over Iraq

August 27, 2002 Posted: 11:38 PM EDT (0338 GMT)

By Willy Wo-Lap Lam
CNN Senior China Analyst

(CNN) --
In a further blow to Washington's effort to get global support for a possible war on Iraq, Beijing has indicated it is against the use of force to resolve Baghdad's differences with the West.

Chinese Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan told visiting Iraqi counterpart Naji Sabri on Tuesday that using force or threats of force could not solve the Iraqi problem and "would only cause regional tension and instability."

The official China News Service on Wednesday quoted Tang as saying questions about Iraq should only be resolved within United Nations mechanisms, and "only political and diplomatic methods should be used."

Tang added Beijing was concerned about the suffering of the Iraqi people who had lived under conditions of Western embargoes for a long time.

Right now, I'm afraid the ONLY sensible strategy for the US is, FIRST, to nuke Europe, Russia, China, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Switzerland... and then, take on the pièce de résistance, namely, Iraq....
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