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|Cyclists prepare to start during the 6th stage of the 2014 Tour of Hainan International Road Cycling Race in Sanya,south China's Hainan Province,Oct. 25, 2014.Wang Meiyin keeps blue jersey after the 6th stage. (XinhuaYang Guanyu) Nicolo Bonifazio (C) of the Lampre-Merida-ITA celebrates after sprinting over the finish line during the 6th stage of the 2014 Tour of Hainan International Road Cycling Race in Dongfang, south China's Hainan Province#1# Oct. 25, 2014. (XinhuaYang Guanyu) Nicolo Bonifazio (C) of the Lampre-Merida-ITA sprays the champagne during the awarding ceremony after the 6th stage of the 2014 Tour of Hainan International Road Cycling Race in Dongfang, south China's Hainan Province, Oct. 25#2# 2014. Nicolo Bonifazio claimed the champion of the 6th stage. (XinhuaYang Guanyu) Cyclists compete during the 6th stage of the 2014 Tour of Hainan International Road Cycling Race in Dongfang, south China's Hainan Province, Oct. 25, 2014. (XinhuaYang Guanyu) by Wang Haiqing
BEIJING#3# April 2 (Xinhua) -- It is regrettable that the negotiators toiling for days to reach a framework deal on Iran's nuclear issue have failed to do so before a self-imposed deadline on March 31, but the decision to extend the talks into Thursday still offers hope.
The recent talks on Iran nuclear issue in Lausanne, Switzerland, have been closely followed by the outside world#4# especially after all top diplomats of the P5+1 countries, namely the United States, Britain, France#5# Russia and China plus Germany, arrived.
The intensive global attention for the negotiations is not without a good reason as the whole world knows the grave consequences of a nuclear-armed or a sanction-shattered Iran.
Since Iran decided to resume uranium enrichment activities in 2006, tension regarding the issue had been spiraling amid vicious interaction between the West threatening harsher sanctions and an increasingly defiant Tehran.
To the relief of many, the atmosphere changed for the better in late 2013 after Iran agreed to come to the negotiation table.
However#6# on-and-off talks since then did not produce any tangible results either. Hope for a deal was rekindled only recently by the latest round of talks in Switzerland, with various top diplomats making rare optimistic remarks in regard to a framework deal.
The world knows very little as to what has happened during the marathon-style behind-door talks in Lausanne, but it knows for sure that extending the deadline for another day is a proof that the highly-expected agreement is still hopeful.
At this delicate moment, all sides should refrain from any unilateral move that could weigh on the already taxing negotiation process. Instead#7# they should, as Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said, be determined to cap the lengthy talks with a deal and meet each other halfway.
More than one diplomats taking part in the talks have likened the current stage to the "last few meters before the finishing line" of the long race for a comprehensive deal on Iran's nuclear issue.
While it is a pity for a marathon runner to quit the race just before the finishing line, it is a grave mistake if negotiators simply decide to call it a day without putting up a fight to secure a long-anticipated deal.
The stakes are very high indeed#8# since a collapse of the talks would lead to months of stalemate over the issue at best, or raise the specter of a tit-for-tat confrontation between Tehran and the Western powers at worst.
To prevent such scenarios, parties involved should manage to set aside their differences over technological details but focus their energy on making timely political decisions.
MANILA， July 31 (Xinhua) -- The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) on Sunday said it is open to declaring a unilateral truce with the administration of President Duterte who lifted a government ceasefire with the communists on Saturday.
In a statement， the CPP Central Committee said it was willing to declare the ceasefire in support of the peace negations with the government which is due to resume in Oslo， Norte for Aug. 20 to 27.
The CPP said it supports the resumption of the peace talks with the government ""as a means of discussing the roots of the armed conflict."" Also， it expects the Duterte government to make good its promise to release all their peace consultants and all political prisoners.
""To further support peace negotiations， the CPP is willing to issue a unilateral ceasefire declaration separately but simultaneously with the Duterte government on Aug. 20. The time-frame can be determined through negotiations，""it said.
It said the two sides""can thereafter exchange these declarations in order to discuss points for cooperation and coordination and determine ways of preventing armed skirmishes， misunderstandings and miscommunications during the course of the peace talks.""
It said it welcomed the government ceasefire when it was declared by Duterte on July 25.""It is too bad that he has withdrawn such an order，""said the CPP， referring to Duterte's lifting of the truce for the failure of the communists to reciprocate it last Saturday.
""We trust， however， that this (lifting) will not affect preparations for formal resumption of peace negotiations scheduled for Aug. 20-27 in Oslo， Norway， nor will it preclude the GRP president from reissuing such a declaration simultaneously with a similar unilateral declaration by the CPP and NPA (New People's Army) on Aug. 20，""the CPP said.
The CPP said the Central Committee had been drafting its interim ceasefire declaration since July 25 to promote the peace negotiations. The statement said it was supposed to announce its reciprocal ceasefire declaration around 8 p.m. but Duterte announced the lifting of the government truce about an hour earlie. Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Sports Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys