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中国时间: 16:50 2016年12月05日星期一

双语新闻(2013年03月25日)


**美韩两国签署军事合作协议**

军方官员说,美国和韩国签署了一项协议,扩大美国军队保护韩国免遭朝鲜挑衅的作用。

上星期五,韩国参谋长联席会议主席郑承兆将军和驻韩美军司令瑟曼将军签署了这项协议。

依照联合抗击挑衅计划,美国军队可以支援韩国军队,反击来自朝鲜的任何军事侵犯行为。

此前,韩国军队负责针对朝鲜的所有军事行动,而美国军队只有在爆发全面战争的情况下方可介入。

** US, South Korea Sign Military Cooperation Pact**

Military officials say the United States and South Korea have signed an agreement giving American troops an expanded role in protecting the South from North Korean provocation.

The pact was signed Friday by South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Jung Seun-jo and the commander of U.S. forces in South Korea, General James Thurman.

Under the Combined Counter-Provocation Plan, U.S. forces will be able to aid South Korean troops in retaliating to any military aggression from North Korea.

Previously, South Korean forces were in charge of any military action against the North and U.S. troops would engage only if a full-scale war broke out.
**联合国秘书长谴责中非共和国反政府武装夺取政权**

联合国秘书长潘基文谴责中非共和国反政府武装夺取政权,并敦促“尽快恢复宪法秩序”。

星期天,塞雷卡反政府武装占领了中非共和国首都班吉,博齐泽总统被迫逃走。目击者说,班吉发生激烈战斗,反政府武装攻占了总统府。

潘基文发表声明说,他严重关切有关班吉发生侵犯人权和劫掠行为的报道,联合国的财产也受到抢劫。

潘基文表示,中非共和国政府与反政府武装今年1月签署的协议依然是确保和平与安全的最佳方案。该协议规定,博齐泽继续执政,直到2016年总统任期结束,同时由反对派成员担任总理。

反政府武装于去年12月发动攻势,他们指责博齐泽违反了协议。

** UN Chief Condemns Rebel Seizure in CAR**

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the seizing of power by rebels in the Central African Republic and is calling for the "swift restoration of constitutional order."

Seleka rebels took control of the capital, Bangui, on Sunday, forcing President Francois Bozize to flee. Witnesses reported heavy fighting in the city and said rebels had taken over the presidential palace.

Mr. Ban said in a statement he is deeply concerned about reports of human rights abuses and looting in Bangui, "including of United Nations property."

He said an agreement between the government and the rebels signed in January remains the best way to ensure peace and security. That deal calls for Mr. Bozize to remain in power until his term ends in 2016, with an opposition member named prime minister.

The rebels, who began their offensive in December, accuse the president of breaking the agreement.
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