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文大統領「南北の鉄道連結で新たなシルクロード完成」
2017/06/16 15:42

【ソウル聯合ニュース】韓国の文在寅(ムン・ジェイン)大統領は16日、南部の済州島で開幕した中国主導のアジアインフラ投資銀行(AIIB)年次総会で演説し、古代シルクロードのアジア大陸極東の端に朝鮮半島があること、韓国と北朝鮮を結んでいた京義線鉄道が分断されていることに触れながら、「南と北が鉄道でつながれれば、新たな陸上・海上シルクロードが完全に完成する」と述べた。また、「朝鮮半島の平和がアジアの安定と統合に寄与するよう願っている」とも強調した。

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AIIB年次総会で演説する文在寅大統領=16日、済州(聯合ニュース)

 文大統領の発言は、南北間の鉄道連結事業がAIIBの追求するアジアインフラ開発事業における必須的な部分であるだけでなく、地域の平和と安定にも寄与するとの考えを対外的に表明したもので、注目される。

 インフラ投資の望ましい方向性と関連し、文大統領は「持続可能な成長に寄与するものであるべきだ」と述べ、「この間のインフラ投資は各国の経済成長を促したが、環境を損なうこともあった」と指摘した。その上で、石炭火力発電の削減や脱原発に向けた取り組みで2030年までに再生可能エネルギー発電を電力全体の20%まで引き上げる計画、電気自動車(EV)をはじめとするエコカーの普及など、持続可能なインフラ開発に向けた具体的な政策を紹介した。

 また、アジアの開発途上国のインフラ投資需要が高いことに言及しながら、「韓国はこれまでの経験を基に、アジア開発途上国の経済・社会発展におけるパートナーになる。途上国と先進国の橋渡しをする国として、その役割と責任を果たす」と述べた。

tnak51@yna.co.kr
http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/Politics2/2017/06/16/0900000000AJP20170616002200882.HTML



【一帯一路】パキスタンでの中国人夫婦殺害事件
 毎度の事だけど、マスゴミが報道しない自由を行使して「一帯一路」報道してるのでメモw

中国人へのビザ発行を精査 パキスタン 
2017/6/13 20:05

 【イスラマバード=共同】パキスタン内務省は、同国南西部で拉致され殺害された中国人2人が商業目的で査証(ビザ)を取得したのに実際はキリスト教の布教活動に従事していたとして、中国人に対するビザ発行手続きを精査するよう指示した。パキスタンメディアが13日、伝えた。

 中国人2人は5月にバルチスタン州で拉致され、過激派組織「イスラム国」(IS)が今月8日、2人を殺害したと声明を出した。

 同州には、中国が巨額を投じて開発を進めるグワダル港があり、パキスタンに入国する中国人は近年、急増している。
http://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXLASGM13H8N_T10C17A6FF1000/

韓国のキリスト教ニダ!

2017.6.13 18:52
パキスタン、中国人へのビザ精査指示

 パキスタン内務省は、同国南西部で拉致され殺害された中国人2人が商業目的で査証(ビザ)を取得したのに実際はキリスト教の布教活動に従事していたとして、中国人に対するビザ発行手続きを精査するよう指示した。パキスタンメディアが13日、伝えた。

 中国人2人は5月にバルチスタン州で拉致され、過激派組織「イスラム国」(IS)が今月8日、2人を殺害したと声明を出した。内務省によると、2人は語学教師とされていたが、韓国人からパキスタンの国語ウルドゥー語を学ぶ名目で同州クエッタを訪れ、布教活動を始めていたという。

 同州には、中国が巨額を投じて開発を進めるグワダル港があり、パキスタンに入国する中国人は近年、急増している。(共同)
http://www.sankei.com/world/news/170613/wor1706130034-n1.html

 2人はウリスチャン<`∀´*∩
 夫婦という事を考えると、One Koreaかなぁとw

NTERIOR MINISTRY CANCELS VISA OF KOREAN NATIONAL RUNNING URDU ACADEMY IN QUETTA
The Korean national was also involved in illegal activities.

 Interior Ministry cancels Visa of Korean national running Urdu Academy in Quetta
06:50 PM, 16 Jun, 2017 
 
Ministry of Interior has cancelled the Visa of a Korean national running Urdu Academy in Quetta in connection with the abduction of two Chinese nationals.

The Korean national was also involved in illegal activities.

The Ministry is also examining all evidences and relevant facts to reach the Chinese nationals whose fate is yet to be confirmed.

http://www.radio.gov.pk/16-Jun-2017/interior-ministry-cancels-visa-of-korean-national-running-urdu-academy-in-quetta

IS killing won’t impact China-Pakistan 'Iron brother’ ties
Source:Global Times Published: 2017/6/13 0:03:39
 
After an extremist organization announced it had killed the two Chinese citizens it kidnapped in Pakistan last week, speculation has been swirling among Indian and some Western media outlets that the China-Pakistan bilateral relationship, in particular the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a flagship project of the Belt and Road initiative, would be affected. They are evidently overthinking the issue.  

The atrocity committed by the Islamic State is appalling. But it cannot drive a wedge between China and Pakistan, nor will the construction of the CPEC be disrupted. In fact, it's doubtful whether the extremist organization targeted the CPEC this time. The two hostages killed were not staff related to the project, but had allegedly been brought to Pakistan by a South Korean Christian organization to conduct missionary work. This tragedy was more likely caused by the conflict between South Korean missionary agencies and local terrorists.  

The China-Pakistan bilateral relationship is regarded as a model of relations between countries with different social systems. The Chinese public considers Pakistan as China's "iron brother." Pakistan has made great efforts in protecting the CPEC. It has dispatched approximately 15,000 Pakistani military personnel to protect the Chinese engineers, the number of the former exceeding that of the latter. This is known to the Chinese public. 

The killings show the appalling atrocity of the terrorists. But the Chinese public is also strongly opposed to South Korean churches recruiting young Chinese people to preach in war-torn areas, exposing them to great dangers.

Balochistan, where the two Chinese hostages were killed, is an area where many Belt and Road projects are located. As for the security loopholes, we believe the Chinese and Pakistani governments will put forward more detailed plans to protect Chinese nationals working in Pakistan. The progress of the CPEC won't be slowed down because of the complex security situation.

Pakistan is far from having a stable domestic situation, but as the China-Pakistan friendship is deeply rooted in Pakistani society and most political and sectarian forces don't consider China as an enemy, the security dilemmas facing the country will not impact the bilateral relationship or the CPEC.

So far, no political forces in Pakistan have openly boycotted the CPEC, instead, various regions compete to join the project. There is generally a favorable political and public opinion environment toward the project. The killings of the two hostages are not a signal of any change to the current situation.

Some Indian and Western media intend to exaggerate the impacts of the incident. They aim at badmouthing and disrupting China-Pakistan economic cooperation by linking the terror act caused by religious conflict to the political and economic cooperation between the two countries. 

Political stability is still lacking in some countries along the route of the Belt and Road. The initiative will boost the development and employment of these countries, creating more economic and social resources to realize stability.  

The CPEC, with an investment as high as $50 billion, will provide an unprecedented driving force for the economic and social development of Pakistan. China and Pakistan will be proven to be good partners to jointly implement the Belt and Road initiative. The two sides are able to address the security concerns along the CPEC and realize win-win cooperation. 

The killings of the two Chinese citizens should serve as a lesson. It is necessary for China and Pakistan to understand the situation of South Korean missionaries and radical groups in Balochistan, so as to better protect the safety of Chinese nationals in Pakistan.

Posted in: EDITORIAL
http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1051343.shtml

>The killings of the two Chinese citizens should serve as a lesson. 
>The killings of the two Chinese citizens should serve as a lesson. 



Chinese media blame Korean missionaries for Pakistan killings
Saibal Dasgupta | TNN | Jun 13, 2017, 08.43 PM IST

BEIJING: Pakistan's failure to protect two Chinese citizens, who were killed by militants, is now being explained away by blaming a group of Koreans. The two Chinese citizens, who were first kidnapped and later killed, had allegedly joined hands with the Korean group to preach the Christian faith.

China's official media is desperately trying to protect Pakistan's image by saying that the two Chinese were working with a Korean Christian organization, and the killing took place owing to some problems it has with local terrorists.

"The two hostages killed were not staff related to the project but had allegedly been brought to Pakistan by a South Korean Christian organization to conduct missionary work," Beijing-based Global Times said. "This tragedy was more likely caused by the conflict between South Korean missionary agencies and local terrorists".

This is in line with a statement issued by the Pakistan's Interior Ministry, which also blamed the two Chinese citizens for violating their business visa conditions to indulge in preaching. "The killings show the appalling atrocity of the terrorists. But the Chinese public is also strongly opposed to South Korean churches recruiting young Chinese people to preach in war-torn areas, exposing them to great dangers," the paper said.

China is particularly worried because Pakistani authorities have confirmed that a local terrorist organization responsible for the killings, intends "to facilitate the establishment of ISIS foothold in Balochistan."

The Chinese citizens were kidnapped and killed in Balochistan province, where the Chinese-built Gwadar port is located. Gwadar is the final destination of the 2,400-km long China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) connecting the Chinese border at the other end. The killing incident can be a setback to the construction of CPEC because it might discourage thousands of Chinese engineers and workers who are expected to visit Pakistan for work on the project.

"The progress of the CPEC won't be slowed down because of the complex security situation," the Global Times said. However, the more authoritative People's Daily did not blame Korean missionaries for the incident

The terrorists held the abducted Chinese citizens for two weeks, which gave the local police enough time to rescue them. The killing exposed Pakistan's inability to protect Chinese citizens at a time when thousands of Chinese are expected to participate in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor. The killing took place one day after a major offense by the Pakistani army to crack down on the militants in caves of Isplingi in Baloachistan where they were believed to be hiding.
The Pakistani army claimed to have killed 12 hardcore terrorists in the action which also resulted in injuries to five security personnel. The cave raids resulted in the recovery of a lot of arms and ammunition including 18 grenades and six rocket launchers. Pakistan Army also released a video showing installations of IS militants inside the caves of Isplingi.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/pakistan/chinese-media-blame-korean-missionaries-for-pakistan-killings/articleshow/59130674.cms

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