China's defence ministry added that the troops at the South and North banks of the Pangong Lake began 'synchronised and organised' disengagement on 10 Feb
China, meanwhile, hoped that relevant parties' dialogue will be conducive to global stability instead of any attempt to target a particular country
Construction on 'own territory' normal, says China on report of building village in Arunachal Pradesh
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying also told a media briefing that Beijing has never recognised Arunachal Pradesh, terming the Indian state 'illegally established on Chinese territory'
After two years of confinement, China says two Canadians suspected of national security crimes have been tried, indicted
Former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor have been confined since 10 December, 2018, just days after Canada detained Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou
India and China taking steps to ease situation along LAC, says Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying
Indian and Chinese troops have been engaged since 5 May following a violent clash in Pangong Tso.
China to suspend US Navy visits to Hong Kong after Congress passes human rights law favouring semi-autonomous territory
'China urges the United States to correct its mistakes and stop any words and deeds that interfere in Hong Kong and China's internal affairs', said Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying
From helping Pakistan raise Kashmir issue at UNSC to calling it a 'bilateral matter', a look at China's dynamic stance on dispute
The Ministry of External Affairs confirmed on Wednesday that Chinese president Xi Jinping will visit India on 11 and 12 October to hold an informal summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi
India rejects China's objection to its move to create a separate Union Territory of Ladakh, terms issue as 'internal matter'
India on Tuesday rejected China's objection to its move to create a separate Union Territory of Ladakh, terming it an internal matter of the country.
Article 370 revoked: China voices concern over situation in Kashmir, asks India, Pakistan to exercise restraint
Voicing serious concern over the situation in Kashmir, China on Tuesday asked India and Pakistan to exercise restraint. China asks to avoid actions that "unilaterally" change the status quo and exacerbate tensions between the two countries.
Beijing says US trying to 'stir up trouble' by sending naval ships near disputed South China Sea islands
The US and its allies periodically send planes and warships near South China Sea islands and reefs claimed by Beijing to signal their right under international law to pass through the waters, invariably angering China.
China says 'peaceful dialogue' only way to solve Venezuela crisis; Beijing has lent Meduro regime $65 billion in last decade
China is a close ally of Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro, to whom it has lent billions to help shore up his embattled regime. Over the last decade, China has given Venezuela $65 billion in loans, cash and investment.
Western governments, including the US' allies Britain and Australia, have accused Beijing of cyber-attacks. China described those claims as "purely made out of thin air", warning other countries to "stop deliberate defamation of China, so as not to damage... bilateral relations".
Can't dub Masood Azhar global terrorist, says China after India seeks UN designation for LeT chief yet again
At a meet between Rajnath Singh and Chinese home minister Zhao Kezhi, India urged China to back its pending UN application to list Masood Azhar as an international terrorist.
Announcing Pompeo's visit, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying last week said that China and the US would exchange views on bilateral ties and regional and international issues of common concern.
US accuses China of 'unsafe, unprofessional' defensive manoeuver after American warship enters disputed South China Sea
The US has accused a Chinese naval ship of conducting "unsafe and unprofessional" manoeuvres when one of its warships entered the waters of the disputed South China Sea.
China to import Indian anti-cancer drugs to give markets 'greater access'; pharma trade will enhance health of countries, says Beijing
China said it has initiated specific measures for the import of Indian pharmaceuticals, especially anti-cancer drugs, to provide the Chinese market “greater access” to them, days after a Chinese movie on a leukaemia patient highlighted the need to pave the way for the import of cheap Indian medicines.
US diplomats in US have been facing sound attacks but, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying stated that investigations into the matter has led nowhere
China denies cancellation of West Seti hydropower project deal with Chinese firms by Nepalese government
China has denied allegations that the Nepalese government has cancelled its agreement with Chinese companies on the West Seti hydropower project.
Narendra Modi at Shangri-La Dialogue: India aligning with US to balance security concerns emanating from China
At the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed India’s eagerness to make ‘Indo-Pacific’ as the defining factor for new security architecture in Asia, while describing the new geography of Indo-Pacific as a “natural region” ranging “from the shores of Africa to that of the Americas.”