The spokesman reiterated the government’s rejection of the resolution, saying “we have clarified to the United States and the international community for many times that this resolution is totally contradictory to the Abuja peace agreement on Darfur, and it is impossible to implement it.”
Natsios said on Saturday that Washington and other Western governments were considering an “alternative way” to deal with violence in Darfur.
China expects annual trade with Africa to total $100bn (£53bn) by 2010 after the event, attended by nearly 50 African heads of state and ministers.
With China also promising $5bn in loans and credit for Africa, analysts said it showed Beijing’s growing clout.
Yet critics said China was too happy to support repressive African regimes.