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UNITED NATIONS -- A spokesperson for China's Permanent Mission to the United Nations on Thursday refuted U.S. ambassador Kelly Craft's remarks on China in a statement.

Craft, the U.S.' permanent representative to the United Nations, "spread lies to smear China and intentionally created hostility, all for the purpose of domestic politics. China categorically rejects her remarks," the spokesperson said.

The spokesperson said Craft's claim to differentiate the Chinese people from the Communist Party of China (CPC) was hypocritical. "The United States' gratuitous bullying has harmed the interests of all Chinese people, who are indignant. The attempts of certain American politicians to estrange the CPC and the Chinese people are doomed to failure. The Chinese people will not allow anyone, any force to separate them from the CPC."

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BUDAPEST -- The trade between Hungary and China remained strong despite an overall setback of Hungary's foreign trade due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Hungarian Export Promotion Agency (HEPA) told Xinhua on Friday.

"Based on the available data, the total foreign trade of Hungary recorded a significant setback in the first half year of 2020, however the trade between Hungary and China remained strong," HEPA said.

"According to the data of the first six month, the value of Hungarian exports to China could increase by 4 percent while the import rose with even higher pace, by 20 percent on a half year-on-half year basis," HEPA added.

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TEHRAN -- Iran's Foreign Ministry on Friday denied that the Islamic republic is meddling in the U.S. upcoming presidential election.

"The United States is leading active misinformation campaigns against other countries," Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said.

"The U.S. has interfered for decades in the elections of other countries including Iran," Khatibzadeh added.

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CAIRO -- The Arab League (AL) welcomed on Friday the progress achieved during the dialogue hosted by Morocco to ease the divisions between the Libyan two conflicting parties.

"The ongoing political momentum aimed at converging points of views and building trust between the Libyan parties, reaching a determined understanding and settling the crisis via political means," the AL said in a statement.

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MOSCOW -- China, Russia and India share extensive and profound common interests and ideas, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Thursday.

The three countries are big countries and major emerging economies with global influence, Wang said during a meeting and working lunch in Moscow with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Indian External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar.

Faced with major changes and the global epidemic, the three countries should strengthen mutual trust and jointly promote world peace and stability, he said. Enditem

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