[Aaus-list] Press Releases: The People's Republic of China National Day (fwd)

Max Pyziur pyz at brama.com
Thu Oct 2 08:20:06 EDT 2014

A bit of an irony, no?

Just as Hong Kong is clamoring for the democracy it hasn't gotten yet.


pyz at brama.com

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Press Releases: The People&#x27;s Republic of China National Day
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Press StatementJohn Kerry
Secretary of State
Washington, DC
October 1, 2014


On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I would like to extend our best wishes and
congratulations to the people of The People’s Republic of China as you celebrate your 65th National Day on October 1.

This year also marks the 35th anniversary of U.S-China diplomatic relations. These past 35 years have seen our cooperation
expand in remarkable ways. Our continued efforts to confront some of the world’s most pressing challenges such as climate
change, the deadly Ebola virus, wildlife trafficking, and nuclear nonproliferation demonstrate that comprehensive
cooperation between our countries is indispensable.

Now more than ever, a strong relationship between the United States and China is critical not only for the prosperity of
our two countries but also for the world. We have a stake in each other’s success. In this effort, we are aided by the
millions of Chinese and Americans who are forging new business, educational, and cultural ties across the Pacific every
day. Please accept the wishes of the people of the United States for a joyful National Day.

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