What's been said on social media, Dec. 5

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BEIJING, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) -- The following is a selection of the latest posts on social media.

Asia Development Bank (@ADB_HQ on Twitter)

Innovative climate solutions in China shows that it is possible for cities to pursue growth in a #lowcarbon and #climateresilient manner. Read more best practices from Chinese cities to combat #climatechange https://bit.ly/2SsjZqB via @adbpublications #COP24 #ClimateAction

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Associated Press of Pakistan Corporation (@appcsocialmedia on Twitter)

#Media should project positive aspects of #PakChina relations for shared benefits: #AmbassadorKhalid

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South African television news broadcaster eNCA (@eNCA on Twitter)

The #ANC is calling for states to work together to drive transformation on the continent. The party is hosting political parties from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa in Pretoria over the next three days. #NewsNight Courtesy #DStv403

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Russian Embassy in Britain (@RussianEmbassy on Twitter)

FM #Lavrov: Russia stands up for the principles of intl law, such as equal rights for all peoples, sovereignty and peaceful resolution of disputes. Unfortunately, a whole group of nations drift away from these ideas, in futile attempt to slow the evolving multi-polar world order.

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Russian Embassy in the United States (@RusEmbUSA on Twitter)

#Ushakov: The Russian side is ready for a conversation [with the #US] and believes the contact at the high level to be very important, but still we will not persuade the American side and impose ourselves. It all depends on the Americans now Enditem

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