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BEIJING, March 15. /TASS/. China is for keeping of the world order established after WWII, China’s Prime Minister Li Keqiang told a news conference on Sunday.
"This year we are celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Chinese people’s victory in the war against the Japanese invaders and in the global war against fascism," he said. "Not only China, but also other countries are organising memorial events."
"Today, we should remember very well lessons of that historic tragedy and must not allow it is repeated," the prime minister said. "It is necessary to keep the world order, established after the victory in World War II and, with involvement of the mankind, to support the long-term peace."
He also said it important to maintain objectivity in relation to the history so that "looking back at the past to be looking towards the future.".