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中国时间: 04:48 2016年12月06日星期二

双语新闻(2014年3月4日)


**克里访问乌克兰 西方国家考虑制裁俄罗斯**

美国国务卿克里星期二重申美国支持乌克兰维护主权。克里正在基辅进行访问,目前俄罗斯在乌克兰克里米亚地区的军事存在引发的危机正在加剧。

美国国务院发言人莎琪说,克里将会见乌克兰临时政府成员,讨论乌克兰的经济及政治需求,并就美国可以提供更多支持的问题进行磋商。

美国及其欧洲盟国正在考虑针对俄罗斯派遣军队进入乌克兰的行为实施制裁。

星期一晚上,美国总统奥巴马与克里、国防部长哈格尔以及国家安全事务班子其他成员在白宫开会,讨论有关的政策选项。

星期一早些时候,奥巴马总统要求国会批准对乌克兰新政府的援助方案。

Kerry Visiting Ukraine as West Considers Russia Sanctions

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is reinforcing U.S. support for Ukraine's sovereignty Tuesday, as he visits Kyiv amid a growing crisis over Russia's military presence in the Ukrainian region of Crimea.

State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki says Kerry is meeting members of the interim government to discuss Ukraine's economic and political needs and see "what additional support" the United States can provide.

The U.S. and its European allies are considering sanctions against Russia for its troops movements into Ukraine.

U.S. President Barack Obama met with Kerry, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and other members of his national security team Monday night at the White House to discuss policy options.

Earlier Monday, President Obama called on Congress to approve an aid package for the new Ukrainian government.

**中国呼吁国际社会支持“反恐战争”**

中国呼吁国际社会对其所说的反恐战争给予更多的理解和支持。

此前,蒙面袭击者上星期六在昆明市火车站持刀杀死29人,并造成130人受伤。

中国全国人大将于星期三开会,目前北京戒备森严。

中国全国人大发言人傅莹寻求国际社会理解中国当局的做法。

北京说,制造这起袭击事件的是来自新疆的激进分子。新疆的维族人对中国政府的压制政策表示不满。

涉及维族人的新疆骚乱时有发生。多年来,中国政府一直把这类暴力列为恐怖袭击,甚至街头骚乱和警察突袭时发生的枪战也不例外。

China Appeals for Int'l Support in 'War Against Terrorism'

China is appealing to the international community for "more understanding and support" in what it describes as its fight against terrorism.

The appeal came after masked attackers armed with swords killed 29 people and injured 130 more at a train station in the southwest city of Kunming.

Fu Ying is a spokeswoman for the National People's Congress, which opens Wednesday amid heavy security in Beijing.

Beijing has blamed the attack on militants from the northwest region, Xinjiang, where the mainly Muslim Uighur ethnic minority complains of repression by the government.

Unrest involving Uighurs is not uncommon in Xinjiang. The government has for years quickly labeled any such violence - even street riots or shootouts during police raids - as terrorist attacks.
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