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Liu Guijin

Date of Birth: 01/08/1945
Place of Birth: Shadong Province


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Re-enter the dragon

In May, Liu Guijin, China's Special Representative for African Affairs, announced an 'immediate' $10 mn...


Business is politics

Special Envoy Liu Guijin visited Khartoum in January after consultations with his Russian counterparts in Moscow...


Lifting the bamboo curtain

China is worried about the 'deadlock' in Darfur and is looking for new ideas, its Special Representative for Africa and Darfur, Liu Guijin, told a leading Sudanese civic activist in London last week...


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Zhai Jun

Meanwhile, Special Envoy to Darfur Liu Guijin took a crack at ungrateful non-governmental organisations and biased media...


Year of the rat

During January’s African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, China’s Special Ambassador, Liu Guijin, reportedly told Sudanese Foreign Minister Deng Alor that ‘the world is running out of patience over what is going in Darfur’ and ‘not to do things that will cause the international community to impose sanctions on them’...


Beijing, the rebels’ target

Almost simultaneously in October, China’s Ambassador to Sudan, Li Chengwen, delivered aid to the local government in Nyala; Liu Guijin, China’s Special Envoy, arrived in Khartoum for a round of shuttle diplomacy ahead of peace talks in Sirte, Libya; and the rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) said it had attacked Defra, Kordofan, an oil concession (Block 4) operated by the Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company (GNPOC) , in which the China National Petroleum Corporation has the largest stake (40%)...


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Liu Guijin

Liu Guijin is in an unenviable position...


Shifting sands

China’s Special Envoyto Sudan, Liu Guijin, visited Khartoum on 23 October and offered to help to mediate at the Darfur peace talks in Libya, which opened on 27 October...


New powers, new policy

China's ambassador to South Africa, Liu Guijing, acknowledges that Brazil and India have led the way so far...


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