The two sides’ agreement to continue dialogue, quickly disengage, maintain proper distance, and ease tensions along the border gives India an opportunity to turn its border promises into action.
Wang Yi: The US is becoming the most dangerous factor damaging peace in the area.
China and Europe have renewed frequent interactions recently.
China’s State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi began an official visit to Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, France and Germany on Tuesday at the invitation of his European counterparts.
Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi delivered a speech to the China-US Think Tanks Media Forum on Thursday.
The US should respect China’s right to develop, China’s State Councillor says.
China plays a unique role in promoting security in Africa, says Chinese Foreign Minister.
China and India have reached some important consensus on boundary issues.
China officially opens its consulate general in the southern Philippine city of Davao.
Chief Chinese diplomat Wang Yi highlighted a sharp contrast: a “very successful and smooth” 10+3 session and a 10+8 session that displayed “some negative tendencies”.
China has proposed three principles for the future development of the East Asia Summit.
Canada is “very keen” on concluding negotiations to renew NAFTA.
China is willing to maintain friendly policies towards Malaysia to deepen cooperation and benefit people of both countries.
Beijing appreciates Pyongyang’s efforts to ease nuclear tensions, says China.
Chinese Foreign Minister says China and Vietnam to settle South China Sea disputes.
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen and Chinese Foreign Affairs Minister Wang Yi met in Vietnam, discussed their countries’ bilateral relationship and issues of region and international importance.
Senior foreign affairs officials from China, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam agreed to deepen pragmatic cooperation.
The United States and China piled pressure on North Korea to abandon its nuclear missile programme after the UN approved sanctions.