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MNI BRIEF: China Says Will Continue Working With EU On Ukraine

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Comments from Chinese Premier Li Keqiang following summit with EU officials.

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China will continue to work with the EU and international community to play a constructive role to ease the situation in Ukraine, Premier Li Keqiang said at the summit with EU leaders on Friday, accoriding to a statement issued by China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The statement said Beijing upholds international law and widely-recognized norms governing international relations, including those on sovereignty, territorial integrity and equality between countries irrespective of size, and settling disagreements and conflicts through dialogue and negotiation, Li said, according to the statement.

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China will continue to work with the EU and international community to play a constructive role to ease the situation in Ukraine, Premier Li Keqiang said at the summit with EU leaders on Friday, accoriding to a statement issued by China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The statement said Beijing upholds international law and widely-recognized norms governing international relations, including those on sovereignty, territorial integrity and equality between countries irrespective of size, and settling disagreements and conflicts through dialogue and negotiation, Li said, according to the statement.

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