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Beijing Trying to Sort out Environment, Traffic Issues for Olympics

Beijing is trying its best to solve the environmental and traffic problems during the Olympic Games to offer a comfortable stay for athletes and visitors from worldwide, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao said in Beijing Thursday.

He said preparations for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Games was proceeding smoothly and wonderful performance would be presented to the world then.

"All Beijing citizens and the Chinese people will open arms and warmly welcome athletes, coaches and audience from all over the world and we hope they will have a good time in Beijing," Liu said.

"I believe with joint efforts from China and the world, the Beijing Olympics will succeed," he said.

China expected no political interference to the Olympics which runs against to the spirit of the Olympic Charter, he added.

(Xinhua News Agency February 15, 2008)

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