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China's Envoy to Darfur
    2008-03-13 15:31:20     CRIENGLISH.com

 He's China's point man in Sudan, and is widely recognized as the main spokesperson for China when it comes to issues surrounding the situation in the Darfur region of that country. A career diplomat, Liu Guijin was tapped last year by the Chinese government to become this country's special envoy to Darfur. In fact, he recently returned here to Beijing after completing a recent tour of that troubled region of Sudan. So what are his thoughts on the situation on the ground there? And what more can China do to help ease the tension in Darfur?

Ni hao, you're listening to  People In the Know, your window into the world around you, online at www.crienglish.com here on China Radio International. In this edition of the show, we'll sit down for an exclusive one on one with China's special envoy to Darfur, Liu Guijin. So let's get started.

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Intense fighting in the Darfur regions of Sudan has left thousands dead, and tens of thousands displaced from their homes. It's also one of the hottest political debates, particularly when it comes to China's role in that country. So let's talk about the situation from China's main man on the issue. We sat down yesterday with Mr. Liu Guijin, China's special envoy to Darfur.

(Dialogue with Liu)

We're going to take a quick break, and come back with more of our discussion with Mr. Liu.

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Ni hao, you're listening to  People In the Know, your window into the world around you, online at www.crienglish.com  here on China Radio International. I'm Paul James in Beijing. In this edition of the show, we're talking about the situation in the war-torn Darfur regions of Sudan. Now, let's get back to our exclusive one-on-one interview with Mr. Liu Guijin, China's special envoy to Darfur.

(Dialogue with Liu)

And with that we close out this edition of  People In the Know, online at www.crienglish.com here on China Radio International. As our guest, Mr. Liu, pointed out, it's important that solutions to the situation in Darfur are found, and as quickly as possible. Questions or comments for us can be sent to crieng@crfim.com. For Executive Director Zhao Yang and Producer Yang Jingjie, I'm Paul James in Beijing. We'll talk to you tomorrow.

 
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