China: Just process in Copenhagen important

December 17, 2009

Denmark's Prime Minister, Lars Loekke Rasmussen, has opened the 10th day of proceedings at the Copenhagan Conference with disputes leaving several major issues unresolved. China, India, and Brazil are protesting the gathering's latest draft texts. The Danish presidency put forward the documents without consulting other parties at the summit on Wednesday.

China's representative in Copenhagen is warning that the conference presidency's move could very much endanger the goal of a successful outcome.

Chinese delegate Su Wei said, "We all came here with very strong determination to make Copenhagen a success but, in order to achieve that, we need to have a very just, a very just, process. That is very important."

India, Brazil, and some other developing nations are also protesting the newest draft text versions.

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Denmark's Prime Minister, Lars Loekke Rasmussen, has opened the 10th day of proceedings at the Copenhagan Conference with disputes leaving several major issues unresolved. China, India, and Brazil are protesting the gathering's latest draft texts. The Danish presidency put forward the documents without consulting other parties at the summit on Wednesday.

China's representative in Copenhagen is warning that the conference presidency's move could very much endanger the goal of a successful outcome.

Chinese delegate Su Wei said, "We all came here with very strong determination to make Copenhagen a success but, in order to achieve that, we need to have a very just, a very just, process. That is very important."

India, Brazil, and some other developing nations are also protesting the newest draft text versions.



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