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Premier condemns Paris massacre, vows support

Updated: 2015-11-14 13:35

Premier Li Keqiang sent a message of condolence to his French counterpart Manuel Valls on Nov 14 after the terrorist attacks in Paris.

In the message, Li extended sincere solicitude to the bereaved families and the injured, as well as deep condolences to the victims. He also expressed strong condemnation against the terrorist acts.

"In firm opposition to any form of terrorism, China is willing to work with France and the international community to confront the challenge and threat posed by terrorism to secure global peace," Premier Li said.

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