Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying's Regular Press Conference on September 3, 2018
Q: Recently, violent armed conflicts erupted in the capital of Libya, causing a large number of casualties. What is your comment?
A: The Chinese side calls upon all relevant parties in Libya to immediately stop clashes, resolve differences through dialogue and negotiation, continue to move forward the political settlement process and realize reconciliation and stability at an early date.
Q: A Chinese citizen was arrested in the US. He was later released pending investigation. Do you have any comment on that?
A: I have seen relevant reports. The Chinese Consulate-General in Chicago is closely following the relevant news, trying to find out more about the case and verify the relevant situation with the competent authorities in the United States.
Q: In a few days, the DPRK will mark its 70th anniversary as a nation. Which Chinese leader will visit the DPRK and attend relevant activities?
A: With regard to which Chinese leader will visit the DPRK and attend the National Day's celebrations there, I have no information to offer to you at this point.
Q: The ABC website has been inaccessible in China for the best part of the past two weeks. Can the Foreign Ministry provide any clarification as to the exact reason for that?
A: I have seen your relevant report and also noted that your report said you have asked China's cyberspace administration authority. What's more, your report has cited the response from the relevant authority in details, so I believe you are quite clear about this question.