外文标题：Willing to help in Syria chemical weapons process: China
BEIJING: China's foreign minister Wang Yi told UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon that China is willing to send experts to help in the Syrian chemical weapons destruction process, and reiterated that a political solution is the only way to solve the crisis in Syria.
"Currently, it is important that the UN security council should maintain unity, overcome their differences and find a consensus so as to send a signal of unity to the outside," Wang was quoted as telling Ban in a statement posted on the website of China's foreign ministry.
Wang said China supports "the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons' quick objective, fair and professional process of starting the Syrian chemical weapons' destruction process".
"China is willing to send experts to participate in the relevant work," the statement said.
China wants those chemical weapon.
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Morgan (Australia) replies to Aryabhata
LOL - I would think that A) the Chinese are not so stupid as to take them when the world's eye is on them, B) they are a signatory against the use of chemical weapons and C) if I am perfectly honest with myself, they probably have better, more effective and less traceable weapons already.
Nishkarsh Tyagi (Pune) replies to Aryabhata
China only wants to strengthen its say in security counsel and show the world their importance to the world as an important nation which is not wrong to do.
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Third Artillery (China) replies to Aryabhata
If youself want something, you just tell us. don't pretend other people also share your desire. I know why you want these weapon, you want to use them on your Congress Netas and Babus, so ahead, you have my bless.
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Nishkarsh Tyagi (Pune) replies to Third Artillery
no one gains from slandering each other though i agree with foreign minister Wang Yi view point.
Love Peace (Mumbai,Pakistan)
Syria is incurrable...
TheVenusProject (DotCom) replies to Love Peace
In what sense?
Morgan (Australia) replies to Love Peace
No situation is incurable; Syria today is still far better than many other nations when they were at war, and most of sorted themselves out just fine.