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|SINGAPORE， July 18 (Xinhua) -- Zhao Qizheng， former minister of China's State Council Information Office， said here Monday that going back to negotiations is the only way out for the disputes in the South China Sea and that the arbitration unilaterally initiated by the Aquino III administration will not impede the progress of China-ASEAN cooperation.
Zhao made the remarks while delivering a keynote speech at the Think Tank Seminar on South China Sea and Regional Cooperation and Development held in Singapore.
Zhao expounded China's solemn position of non-acceptance and non-recognition of the award issued by the ad hoc tribunal handling the South China Sea arbitration and reaffirmed China's territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests in the South China Sea.
"Going back to negotiations is the only way out for the disputes in the South China Sea，" said Zhao.
"China will stick to the dual-track approach， namely relevant disputes should be settled properly through negotiations and consultations by states directly concerned， and China and the ASEAN countries should work together to uphold peace and stability in the South China Sea."
Organized by the Institute of Chinese Borderland Studies， Chinese Academy of Social Sciences， the seminar attracted more than 20 experts from academic institutes in China and Southeast Asian countries， including Thailand， Cambodia and Malaysia.
The seminar focuses on three main topics， namely settlement mechanism of maritime disputes， solutions to the disputes of South China Sea as well as South China Sea and regional cooperation and development.
The final award issued by the ad hoc arbitral tribunal on July 12 unilaterally initiated by the former Philippine government， denying China's long-standing historical rights in the South China Sea. In response， China issued two statements， a White Paper to make its position clear.
The White Paper reiterated China's position of solving disputes through negotiations and consultations and managing differences through rules and mechanisms， saying "China endeavors to achieve win-win outcomes through mutually beneficial cooperation， and is committed to making the South China Sea a sea of peace， cooperation and friendship."
ZAGREB cheap nike air max 97 , June 22 (Xinhua) -- In the first days of summer the best players in the world occupy the most famous tennis courts. Among those who dream of Wimbledon glory are four ladies and three gentlemen from Croatia.
For Marin Cilic it will be emotional comeback to All England Club, one year after he was forced to leave the tournament, injured and falsely accused of using prohibited performance-enhancing substance.
"I can recall that it was very stressful period in my life. I was in good shape and played great in Queen's. But now that's all behind me, it's all blurry. I don't have a feeling that it was just one year ago. I can use it now as a motivation," Cilic said in an interview with Xinhua.
He entered the draw as the 26th seed and got to play 32-year-old Frenchman Paul-Henri Mathieu in the first round.
"I know him well. It will be our eighth meeting, second in Wimbledon. I won in 2008 but it was a tough match and this time I can expect the same. His current ranking doesn't show his quality," Cilic said about his opponent who is currently ranked 88th in the world.
Cilic is ranked 29th in the world. Because of this ranking Cilic is paying more attention to the draw that he did before.
"It happened to me in Paris, where I was 25th seed, that I had to play Djokovic in the third round. I did play a great match but lost and had to leave the tournament in the third round."
If he'll pass Mathieu and beat the winner of the match between Brit Kyle Edmund and Austrian Andreas Haider-Maurer, Cilic could play against former Wimbledon finalist, sixth seeded Czech Tomas Berdych in the third round.
"I think I have better chance against the best in the world on faster surfaces than I have on clay."
This will be his eighth Wimbledon appearance and his best results were two fourth round showings (2008, 2012). He played only one competitive match before this Championship but Cilic doesn't see it as a problem.
"It may be a good thing for me because it's always tricky to change from clay to grass because of the different movements. I had a good 10 days of practice so I don't see it as a handicap."
Cilic is looking to find form from the beginning of the season when he won titles in Zagreb and Delray Beach.
"The first part of the season was great. On clay I didn't have great results but that is my least favorite surface. I hope that I can have some good results and improve my ranking to be among the best 16 in the world. That would help me with the draw at Grand Slam tournaments, preventing me from meeting the best in the world before the fourth round."
Every four years Wimbledon has to share sporting spotlight with football World Cup. Cilic doesn't mind. He enjoyed watching his Croatia beat Cameroon.
"We watched almost every match, not only Croatia. We will be all watching and cheering on Monday. I hope that Croatia will beat Mexico and go through to the second phase. It would be more interesting for us Croatians to follow the tournament with our national team in it," he said.
It was 16 years ago that Croatia won the bronze medal at the World Cup and at the same time Goran Ivanisevic came close to winning the Wimbledon title losing the final to Pete Sampras in five sets. Cilic would love to emulate his coach's feat.
"I'll have to ask him for the advice. It's great to have him in my corner as I can't imagine anyone better. I am sure that he will be of great help for me," said Cilic.
Cilic's list of favorites is the classic one.
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