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中国时间: 06:30 2016年12月04日星期日

双语新闻(2014年4月29日)

  • 美国之音

**俄罗斯国防部长: 俄罗斯不会入侵乌克兰**

美国国防部五角大楼官员说,俄罗斯国防部长绍伊古星期一向美国国防部长哈格尔保证,俄罗斯军队不会入侵乌克兰。

哈格尔和绍伊古通过电话进行了交谈。哈格尔希望了解俄国对乌克兰的意图。

五角大楼发言人表示,哈格尔在交谈中强调了乌克兰局势的危险性。哈格尔还表示,乌克兰有权维护其境内的法律和秩序。他提醒绍伊古,如果入侵行动持续,俄罗斯将面临更多孤立。

哈格尔还要求俄罗斯协助释放在乌克兰东部地区被分离主义分子劫持的7名欧盟观察员。

与此同时,乌克兰第二大城市哈尔科夫的市长克恩斯被枪手击中后生命垂危。克恩斯是在这个东部城市的郊外骑车时被击中的。

Russian Defense Minister Tells Hagel Russia Will Not Invade Ukraine

The Pentagon says Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoygu has assured Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel that Russian forces will not invade Ukraine.

The two spoke by telephone Monday, with Hagel wanting clarification on Russia's intentions.

A Pentagon spokesman said Hagel emphasized how dangerous the situation is, and that Ukraine has the right to preserve law and order inside its borders. He reminded Shoygu that Russia faces more isolation if its aggression continues.

Hagel also asked for Russian help in freeing seven European inspectors held by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.

Meanwhile, officials in Ukraine's second-largest city, Kharkiv, say Mayor Hennady Kernes is fighting for his life after being shot in the back by a sniper. Kernes was hit while riding his bicycle on the outskirts of the city.

**奥巴马结束亚洲四国行 隐含批评中国**

美国总统奥巴马星期二结束为期一周的亚洲四国之行时,再次隐含地批评中国的外交政策。

奥巴马总统在离开马尼拉之前对美国和菲律宾军人发表讲话,重申美国政府长期以来在中国海事争端问题上的立场。

奥巴马说:“我们认为,必须遵守国际法,必须维护航行自由,绝不能妨害商业运作。我们认为,必须以和平方式解决争端,而不能诉诸恐吓与武力。”

奥巴马在讲话中没有点中国的名。一天前,华盛顿和马尼拉签署了一项新防务协定,以扩大美国在菲律宾的军事存在。

奥巴马强调,美国对保护菲律宾有着不可推卸的责任。他提到1951年的一项协定,美国和菲律宾在该协定中同意在受到攻击时相互保护。

As Obama Leaves Asia, One Last Swipe at China

U.S. President Barack Obama took another implicit swipe at China's foreign policy Tuesday as he wrapped up a week-long, four-nation tour of Asia.

Speaking to U.S. and Philippine troops before departing Manila, President Obama repeated his administration's long-held stances on China's maritime disputes.

Obama said:" We believe that international law must be held, that freedom of navigation must be preserved, and commerce must not be impeded. We believe that disputes must be resolved peacefully and not by intimidation or force."

The comments, which did not mention China by name, come a day after Washington and Manila signed a new defense deal to expand the U.S. military presence in the Pacific nation.

Mr. Obama stressed that the U.S. commitment to defend the Philippines is "iron-clad." He cited a 1951 treaty in which both nations agreed to protect one another if attacked.
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