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EU envoy says removal of phrase in op-ed in China newspaper 'regrettable'

Reuters Thursday, 7 May 2020
The European Union ambassador to China said on Thursday it was "regrettable" that part of an opinion piece co-authored by 27 European ambassadors and published in the official China Daily had been removed before publication.
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