More than 400 separated families of North Korea and South Korea met today at Mount Kumgang

People’s Daily on February 23 According to the Yonhap News, the second round of meetings of separated families in Korea and South Korea will be held in Jingangshan in North Korea this afternoon. 88 families of the DPRK will meet with 357 families of the ROK.

According to the report, the Korean family’s family has been departing from Sokcho, Gangwon-do, South Korea at 8:20 local time (7:20 Beijing time) at the Han Dynasty Immigration Office in Gangwon Province. Transfer to the bus to Mount Kumgang, the group will arrive at the Mount Kumgang Hotel at 13:00 (12:00 Beijing time).

The separated families of the DPRK and the ROK will participate in the “Group Meeting” held at the Mount Kumgang Hotel at 15:00 local time (14:00 GMT). At 19:00 (Beijing time at 18:00), they will participate in the event. A welcome dinner hosted by the party. On the 24th, the separated family members will meet with individuals and groups and will have lunch together. On the 25th, the last meeting was held, thus ending the three-day reunion.

After the 18th discrete family reunion event was held from October 30 to November 5, 2010, the reunion of separated family members was held again after three years and four months. The reunion activities were held in two rounds. The first round of meetings took place from the 20th to the 22nd. A total of 140 Korean families and 58 accompanying family members went to the 178 North Korean relatives to meet in the DPRK meeting; the second round of meetings From the 23rd to the 25th, 88 families of the DPRK will meet with 357 family members of the ROK.

Responsible Editor: Qi Yuhan

National bread types are cited by Korean netizens. Chinese bread is a flower roll.

National bread types attract Korean netizens to discuss Chinese-style bread is Hanamaki

China Net February 19th According to South Korea’s “Korean Daily” website reported on February 18th, recently, on the Korean Internet, discussions about the types of bread in various countries have attracted the attention of netizens.

Recently, a photo on the online community message board in Korea was published with the title “Types of Breads in Various Countries”. From the public “types of breads in various countries”, there are images and names of nine kinds of breads representative of each country.

The representative bread in China is “Flower”, the Japanese bread is called “and fruit”, and the French is “stick bread”, Germany is “&ltquo; pretzel” ; and famous.

In addition, Australian bread is “Australian mince pie”, British bread is “Scotti”, Italian is “Fokaxia bread”, India is “&” Indian Scones & rdquo;, the representative bread of the United States is called “Bagel” & rdquo;.

Netizens who saw the bread types in various countries have said: “All kinds of bread in various countries, want to eat Japanese bread”, “,” the type of bread in each country, the United States is a bagel Ah? & rdquo;, & ldquo; The type of bread in each country, I like to eat scones, “, the type of bread in various countries, the bread of Italian friends called focaccia bread?” (Internship Compilation: He Luman)

Responsible Editor: Liu Yang

Ukrainian Minister of the Interior says the number of deaths caused by the riots has risen to 80

Local Time 2014 On February 20th, there was a fierce clash between the demonstrators in Ukraine and the riot police in Kiev, and the bodies of the victims were placed in the camps of demonstrators on the Independence Square.

Local time February 20, Warsaw, Poland, local people in front of the Ukrainian Embassy in Poland mourn the victims of the violent conflict in Ukraine.

China News Service, February 21st According to Russian media reports, Ukrainian Interior Minister Vitali · Zaharchenko issued a statement on the 21st, saying that the number of riots in Ukraine rose to 80.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs issued a statement on Facebook’s homepage saying: “When someone said that 13 people died and 67 others died, it sounds terrifying because we died 80 citizens. ”

The Ukrainian Ministry of Health previously claimed that 77 people were killed and 577 were injured.

Zaharchenko pointed out that the Ministry of the Interior is open to negotiations for political and social activists.

He also said: “But we did not see a response. People panic, unable to report, destroy and plunder continue, and although the People’s Committee has announced power there, there is no place for help and protection from militants. & rdquo;

On November 21, 2013, after the Ukrainian government decided to suspend the signing of the country of association agreement with the European Union, a large number of supporters in Europe came to the streets to protest. Tensions in Ukraine have intensified.

On the 18th of this month, a large-scale riot broke out in the center of Kiev. The Ukrainian police launched a clearance operation on the Kiev Independence Square, which triggered a bloody conflict with the demonstrators. Only a few hours after the Ukrainian government reached a ceasefire agreement with the opposition at midnight on the 19th, in the early morning of the 20th, the Kiev Independence Square broke out again.

Responsible Editor: Wu Yuanchun

Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Tibet affairs are purely China’s internal affairs. No foreign country has the right to interfere.

Xinhuanet Beijing, February 21st Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said on the 21st that China expressed serious concern over US President Barack Obama’s informal meeting with the Dalai Lama in the White House and has made solemn representations to the US.

A reporter asked: It is reported that US President Barack Obama will meet informally with the Dalai Lama in the White House. What is China’s comment?

Hua Chunying said that we are seriously concerned about this and have made solemn representations to the US. It must be pointed out that Tibet affairs are purely China’s internal affairs and no foreign country has the right to interfere. The Dalai Lama is a political exile who has long been engaged in anti-China separatist activities under the banner of religion. The US arrangement of leaders to meet with the Dalai Lama will be a gross interference in China’s internal affairs, a serious violation of the norms of international relations, and will seriously damage Sino-US relations. The Chinese side is firmly opposed to this.

She said that we urge the US to take China’s concerns seriously and immediately cancel the US leader’s meeting with the Dalai Lama and not to facilitate the Dalai Lama’s anti-China separatist activities in the United States.

Responsible Editor: Wu Yuanchun

Palestinian-Israeli conflicts in many regions, dozens of Palestinians were injured

ChinaNet February 23, according to the Qatar Al Jazeera website reported on February 21st, Friday (February 21), in the Hebron area, “Ibrahim Mosque” rdquo; 20th anniversary of the Holocaust At the time, Palestinian demonstrators and the Israeli military clashed in the West Bank and 13 Palestinians were injured. At the time, there were also clashes in the Gaza Strip, which resulted in the injury of seven Palestinians.

The second “Hebron massacre” occurred in 1994, when Jewish right-wing extremists, American citizen Baruch · Goldstein in the West Bank city of Hebron The Ladong Mosque used machine guns to fire at 1,100 Muslims who were worshipping, killing 29 people and injuring about 150 people.

During the Friday conflict, the Israeli army used hand grenades and tear gas to disperse the crowd of people on the Hada Street, which was blocked by the Israeli authorities. At the same time, the Israeli army also arrested some demonstrators.

The Hebron Defence Committee and the People’s Committees and National Committees of several towns participated in the demonstrations. They shouted “Long live peace, long live peace”, “Long live the Palestinian freedom”, “&” ; hit the aggressor & rdquo; and other slogans. A notice has been issued previously to prepare for a demonstration in Hebron after the main ceremony.

There are about 400 settlers living in the Old City of Hebron, with four outposts and 1,500 Israeli troops, while the Palestinian people live in oppression from these settlers and the army. In the harassment and attacks, the Israelis completely blocked the markets and main streets in the area.

Colorful Butterfly Sayh

On the other hand, the Israeli military used the weekly demonstrations in the butterfly Saykh to protest against Israeli settlers. Rubber bullets and tear gas guns carried out assaults, randomly shooting participants in the demonstrations, including dozens of children and women, as well as foreign activists, causing dozens of injuries.

Thus, the West Bank Village was declared a “closed military village” where there was a fierce clash between the Israeli army and the youth, and the young people stoned to defend the rights of the village and the Palestinian people. s right.

Many conflicts in the Gaza Strip

Gaza eyewitnesses said dozens of Palestinian youths threw stones at soldiers on the Israeli border. They also said that Israeli soldiers used real guns and tear gas to disperse the demonstrators.

A spokesperson for the emergency services department in the Gaza Strip said that seven Palestinians were injured by bullets. The violence broke out, when the Palestinian people were holding anti-Israeli weekly protest demonstrations near the border. The demonstration has been going on for seven years.

Responsible Editor: Qi Yuhan

The Ukrainian president said the opposition wants to seize power. The demonstrators are responsible for the riots.

China News Service, February 19, according to Agence France-Presse reported that Ukrainian President Yanukovych issued a national speech on the 19th, saying that anti-government protesters have “beyond the bottom line”, saying that their purpose is to seize The regime, rushing the president to step down.

Yanukovych said that the opposition leaders ignored the law of democracy and that the right to govern should be passed through elections instead of taking to the streets. “They call on people to pick up their weapons, which has gone beyond the bottom line”.

The report said that Yanukovych accused the opposition leaders of being responsible for the riots in the former capital of Kiev, and that the opposition called the militants to launch an armed attack at the demonstration site. He said that unless the opposition removed the radicals and stated that they had supported them, they could negotiate.

It is also reported that the Ukrainian opposition expressed strong protest against the bloody conflict. The Ukrainian opposition party “Ukrainian Reform Democratic Alliance” leader Klitschko believes that the authorities should immediately withdraw the police and stop making bloodshed because there are people who have been killed in the conflict. At present, Ukraine “we are all Europeans”; the sports organization has called on all Ukrainian athletes who participated in the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia to stop the game to support the opponents.

On the evening of the 18th, local time, a bloody outbreak occurred on the streets of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. The police and 20,000 anti-government protesters had an intense and intense conflict. By the next morning, 21 people including the police had been caused. Death, more than 150 people were injured, many people were seriously injured.

The White House informed Biden on the evening of the 18th that he had a phone call with Yanukovych. The White House said that Biden requested that President Yanukovych withdraw his government and exercise restraint to the utmost extent. Biden said that the United States urged Yanukovych to immediately talk to the opposition leaders, respond to the legitimate demands of the demonstrators, and come up with a political reform plan.

And the Russian Foreign Ministry said on the 18th that the situation in Ukraine has intensified again, and that Western politicians have appeased the radical forces of Ukraine, ignoring them and arguing against the legitimate government led by Yanukovych.

Since Yanukovych refused to sign an agreement with the European Union at the end of November last year, Ukraine began a protest against the president’s move. Yanukovych later turned to Russia for help and accepted the $15 billion assistance plan provided by the latter. However, due to continued anti-government protests in Ukraine, Russia has temporarily suspended the plan.

Responsible Editor: Liu Yang

The Security Council passed the Syrian humanitarian resolution

International Online News: According to the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Qin Gang answered questions on the Security Council’s resolution on the humanitarian issue in Syria.

Q: On February 23, Beijing time, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 2139 on the humanitarian issue in Syria. what opinions do the Chinese have on this issue?

A: China is highly concerned about the humanitarian situation in Syria and sympathizes with the suffering of the Syrian people. We welcome the adoption of Security Council resolution 2139. This resolution reflects the common expectations and demands of the international community to alleviate the humanitarian situation in Syria. The Chinese side participated in the consultations on the draft resolution in a positive and constructive manner and voted in favor of the vote.

China urges the Syrian parties to take concrete measures to fully implement Security Council Resolution 2139 and ease the humanitarian situation in Syria. We support the international community to continue to uphold the principles of neutrality and impartiality, abide by the UN humanitarian guidance principles, and provide constructive support for the implementation of Resolution 2139.

Relieving the humanitarian situation in Syria depends fundamentally on the political settlement of the Syrian issue. China urges the Syrian sides to adhere to dialogue and negotiations, actively cooperate with and support the mediation efforts of the Prahimi Joint Special Representative, and continue to talk until the outcome is reached.

Responsible Editor: Wang Yi

Ukrainian conflict has caused 75 deaths Ban Ki-moon shocked the conflict and resorted to weapons

According to Russia On February 20th, the Ukrainian President Yanukovych concluded talks with opposition leaders Achenchenuk, Klitschko and Jiagenibok. According to the results of the talks, the two sides announced reconciliation and began a dialogue on stabilizing the situation. The leaders of the radical nationalist organizations involved in the talks said they would not implement the armistice agreement. The picture shows the local time on February 20, the Ukrainian anti-government protesters and the police continue to clash.

China News Service, UN February 20 (Reporter Li Yang) The number of deaths caused by the Ukrainian demonstrations continues to rise on the 20th. According to Uzbek official figures, the conflict has caused 75 deaths. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed his shock at the recourse to weapons in the conflict.

The latest statistics from the Ukrainian Ministry of Health on the 20th said that the demonstration has caused 75 deaths and hundreds more. According to Ukrainian demonstrators, the death toll has reached 100.

The Ukrainian authorities announced on the same day that they would issue combat weapons to police officers in the capital, Kiev, and use the weapons in accordance with Ukrainian law. Ukrainian officials also demanded that “extremists lay down their arms” and returned to the framework of peaceful demonstrations, believing that the police can restore domestic order. The Ukrainian parliament, which favors demonstrators, passed a resolution banning the use of force against civilians, and the Ukrainian Security Service and the Counter-Terrorism Center were not allowed to carry out “anti-terrorism actions”.

After returning to the Security Council meeting on the 20th, Ban Ki-moon answered questions on the situation in Ukraine and said that he is maintaining close contact with the Ukrainian leadership including Ukrainian President Yanukovych. He is deeply saddened by the serious casualties caused by the Ukrainian conflict.

Ban Ki-moon said that Yanukovych had promised to ease the situation in Ukraine when he met with Sochi earlier this month, but this is not the case. Ban Ki-moon pointed out that on the contrary, the situation deteriorated into a serious violent conflict and led to a tragedy of a large number of casualties.

Ban Ki-moon revealed that he is paying close attention to the development of the situation in Kiev and its surrounding areas, and expressed his shock at the use of weapons by Ukrainian police and demonstrators in the conflict. He reiterated that violent conflict must stop immediately and that effective and effective dialogue must begin immediately.

Ban Ki-moon said that he is also working with the international community to find a peaceful solution to the Ukrainian crisis and that the United Nations and the Ukrainian people stand together. He also expressed condolences to the families of the victims in the conflict.

Robert &middot, United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process; Seri had previously visited Ukraine, sparking some speculation. Secretary-General Nesirki said that Seri reported to Ban Ki-moon about the situation in Ukraine, but his position is currently not adjusted.

The international community is highly concerned about tensions in Ukraine. Europe and the United States have imposed sanctions on Ukraine. Russian officials have condemned U.S. sanctions against Ukraine and expressed support for Ukrainian authorities to negotiate with the opposition. (End)

Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang

The Chinese Consulate reminds Chinese tourists in Tainan not to drive cars, motorcycles, etc., February 21, according to the Chinese Consular Service Network, quoted the Consulate General in Songkhla. During the Spring Festival, Chinese tourists in the southern tourist destinations of Phuket, Koh Samui, Koh Tao and Krabi, Thailand. Due to nearly 20 accidents and disputes caused by self-driving cars, motorcycles and motor boats, people were injured or injured by the car and the owner, and they were asked for high compensation.

The Chinese Consulate General in Songkhla specifically reminds Chinese tourists to travel to southern Thailand: Thai motor vehicles are left-handed, driving a motor vehicle requires a Thai driver’s license, and driving a foreign driver’s license or driving without a driver’s license is illegal. Due to different driving habits, unfamiliarity with the car, ship performance and road conditions, sea conditions, etc., foreign tourists are prone to accidents when driving. The local management of motorcycles and motorboats is extremely irregular, and economic disputes are prone to occur.

In view of this, it is recommended that Chinese tourists do not drive cars, motorcycles and motor boats, and they cannot use their passports as mortgages to rent cars and boats. In the event of an accident or dispute, please ask the local tourist police or police station for assistance at 1155 or 191. You can also contact the Consulate General in Songkhla for assistance. The Consulate General’s Insurance Assistance Tel: 081-7665560.

Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang