China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi gestures to journalists as he leaves a news conference as part of the National People's Congress (NPC), in Beijing March 8, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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China called for calm and restraint in the Ukraine crisis on Saturday, saying that the issue should be resolved through talks and political means.China has so far shown little public interest in participating in any financial aid for Ukraine, or getting involved diplomatically, in line with its low-key approach to many international crises.Wang said that China had a "just and objective position" on the situation in Ukraine and that all sides should have dialogue and consultations to seek a political solution. China has also said it would like to continue to develop "friendly cooperation" with Ukraine and that it respects Ukraine's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.
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