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China FM urges clear investigation to bus hijacking in Manila

08-27-2010 13:45 BJT Special Report:HK Tourists Held Hostage in Manila |

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China continues to urge the Philippines to thoroughly investigate the bus hijacking in Manila that ended in the death of 8 Hong Kong tourists.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu says China hopes to receive the results of a clear investigation as soon as possible. Jiang also said the Chinese side and the Philippines are keeping in close touch over the incident as well as the possible visit of Philippine officials. China also repeatedly stressed its stance toward the Philippines.

Philippine President Benigno Aquino III said on Tuesday that Vice President Jejomar Binay and Foreign Secretary Alberto Romulo will go to Beijing to submit a report on the hostage incident after the investigation is completed.

China and the Philippines to keep close touch over the incident & the possible visit of Philippines officials.

China repeatedly stressed its stance toward the Philippines.

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV

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