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No talks unless India withdraws, China says before Ajit Doval visit

No talks unless India withdraws, China says before Ajit Doval visit

The Foreign Ministry said Foreign Minister Wang Yi's remarks, who on Tuesday blamed India for triggering the border row and asked it to withdraw its troops, were "authoritative".

China to carry out shuttle diplomacy for Pakistan, Afghanistan to ease tension

China to carry out shuttle diplomacy for Pakistan, Afghanistan to ease tension

On June 1, Afghanistan cut its cricketing ties with Pakistan after blasts in Kabul killed 90 people and injured 463 others.

Pakistan deploys 15,000-strong force for Chinese security

Pakistan has been battling Islamist and nationalist insurgencies in mineral-rich Balochistan since 2004, with hundreds of soldiers and militants killed in the fighting.
 

China asks Pakistan and Afghanistan to meet halfway to improve ties

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during talks with Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz yesterday discussed a range of bilateral issues as well as the situation in Afghanistan.

Chinese Foreign Minister to visit Pakistan on Saturday

Amidst a surge in tensions between Pakistan and Afghanistan, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will on June 24 visit Islamabad from where he will leave for Kabul.

Panama ditches Taiwan, establishes diplomatic ties with China

The move by Panama comes as China began construction of a container port with natural gas facilities in northern province of Colon last week.

Russia, China urge caution in countering North Korea's nuclear programme

Russia and China agree that the development of North Korea`s nuclear programme should not be used as an excuse for deploying elements of a US global anti-missile system on the Korean peninsula.

China urges North Korea to not violate UN resolutions again

China urges North Korea to not violate UN resolutions again

North Korea on Monday said it had successfully tested what it called an intermediate-range ballistic missile.
 

North Korea readies another nuclear test

North Korea readies another nuclear test

North Korea has said it will continue testing nuclear weapons in the face of what it sees as provocation from the US.

North Korea test-fires ballistic missile in defiance of world pressure

North Korea test-fires ballistic missile in defiance of world pressure

The test, from an area north of the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, appeared to have failed, US and South Korean officials said.

Use of force in North Korea would lead to bigger disasters: China

China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi warned at the United Nations on Friday against military action to respond to the threat from North Korea's missile and nuclear programmes.

US says "major conflict" with North Korea possible, China warns of danger of escalation

US President Donald Trump said a "major, major conflict" with North Korea was possible over its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, while China said the situation on the Korean peninsula could escalate or slip out of control.

Rex Tillerson in China to discuss new North Korea strategy

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrived here on Saturday and is set to discuss a new strategy to deal with North Korea with top Chinese officials.

China urges "out of the box" thinking on North Korea

China on Friday called for all parties involved in the dispute over North Korea`s nuclear and missile programmes to think "out of the box" to reach a resolution.

China calls for halt to North Korea nuclear, missile activities

China's foreign minister called on Wednesday for North Korea to suspend its nuclear and missile activities, and for the US and South Korea to halt military exercises to cool what he called a looming security 'crisis'.

North Korea to top agenda on Tillerson Asia visit: Reports

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to visit Japan, China and South Korea later this month to discuss Pyongyang`s nuclear weapon and ballistic missile programmes.

China calls for calm on North Korea UN suspension call

China urged calm and restraint on Wednesday after South Korea called for the possible suspension of North Korea`s seat at the United Nations to punish it for using chemical weapons to kill the half-brother of its leader.

Questions of sovereignty need to be addressed: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar tells China

Questions of sovereignty need to be addressed: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar tells China

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Tuesday held talks with Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi.

Chinese FM pledges more coordination for BRICS summit

China will increase coordination with BRICS members to prepare for the summit of the bloc`s leaders, a top official said.

Tillerson, Wang in highest-level US-China meet under Donald Trump

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today used his first meeting with Chinese counterpart Wang Yi to urge Beijing to help rein in North Korea after its series of nuclear and ballistic missile tests.