What's been said on social media, Jan. 30

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BEIJING, Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- The following is a selection of the latest posts on social media.

The Republic of Korea Ministry of Foreign Affairs (@MOFAkr_eng on Twitter)

The government of the Republic of Korea strongly protests that in the Japanese Foreign Minister's address on foreign affairs delivered at the Japanese Diet on January 28, the Japanese government reiterated unjust claims to Dokdo, an integral part of the ROK territory.

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Prime Minister's Office of Japan (@JPN_PMO on Twitter)

PM Abe:"I am determined to carve out a new era beyond Heisei by achieving not only the passage of the budget but also the enactment of important legislation, including a bill making education free of charge."

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The U.S. State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino (@StateDeputySPOX on Twitter)

The United States has taken action to support interim President Guaido protect #Venezuela assets for the benefit of its people. We call on other governments to recognize @jguaido and take similar steps.

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The Russian Embassy in the USA (@RusEmbUSA on Twitter)

#Lavrov: We are deeply distressed by what the #UnitedStates and its closest allies are doing to #Venezuela. They have violated international law by taking the path towards overthrowing the legitimate government in that Latin American country. Enditem

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