Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Jiang Yu said on Thursday at a regular press conference that "the door is open for dialogue between the Central Government and Dalai on condition that he shows sincerity for talks through concrete action."
Jiang said the Central Government has held great sincerity and patience for contacts and talks with the Dalai side, who has never given positive and comprehensive response to the Central Government.
"We have repeated that as long as Dalai gives up activities of separating the motherland, disrupting the Beijing Olympic Games and inciting violent sabotage, we are willing to continue contacts and talks with him," said Jiang.
China will propose to convene the next round of six-party talks on the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue at an appropriate time, said Jiang.
Jiang said the six-party talks process had witnessed some progress in recent days, which demonstrated the political willingness of all parties to overcome difficulties and move ahead with negotiations.
China will propose holding the next round of six-party talks according to the progress of consultations among parties concerned, she said.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill met with North Korean Vice Foreign Minister, Kim Kye-gwan, in Singapore earlier this month. Both sides believed the meeting had moved the process forward to resolve the disarmament impasse on the Korean Peninsula.