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BEIJING, August 20. /TASS/. Beijing has nothing against Chinese companies’ activities in Crimea, Deputy Foreign Minister Chen Gopin told journalists on Thursday.
"Talking about business community, we do not have anything against [activities in Crimea] if they are of entrepreneurial character and comply with market practices," Gopin said answering a TASS question. "In the current situation, the most important support China can provide to Russia is to expand economic cooperation," the diplomat stressed.
"Talking about our official position, we always cautiously approach the issues of cooperation in Crimea," he noted.