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Japanese PM to visit China
​Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will pay an official visit to China from Oct. 25 to 27 at the invitation of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang announced on Friday.
China urges US to stop finding excuses for unilateralism
​China hopes Washington would stop finding excuses for its unilateralism and trade protectionism and safeguard the sound development of Sino-US economic relations, the Chinese commerce ministry's spokesman Gao Feng said on Thursday.
FM: China creates its own success
China has refuted claims by United States leaders that "the U.S. really rebuilt China", saying that the development of any country ultimately depends on itself.
US urged to prudently handle Taiwan-related issues
China hit back at U.S. Vice President's unfounded accusations on issues concerning Taiwan, the South China Sea, human rights and religion.
China firmly opposes to US VP's accusations, calls election interference charges 'slander'
​China on Friday firmly opposed to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's accusations against China's domestic and foreign policies and said any malicious slander on China is futile.
Chinese premier to visit Tajikistan, Netherlands, Belgium, attend SCO meeting, ASEM summit
Chinese premier to visit Tajikistan, Netherlands, Belgium, attend SCO meeting, ASEM summit
China responds to postponement of diplomatic, security dialogue with US
​Chinese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday responded to the second round of the Diplomatic and Security Dialogue with the United States being postponed.
China strongly opposes US warship sailing near China's islands in South China Sea
China on Tuesday expressed strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition to a U.S. warship's entry into the neighboring waters of China's islands and reefs in the South China Sea.
China urges US to stop unwarranted allegations of 'election meddling'
China on Thursday urged the United States to stop uttering words and deeds that are harmful to Sino-U.S. relations and the fundamental interests of the two countries' people.
Foreign countries, institutions urged not to interfere in HK affairs
China on Tuesday called on foreign governments and institutions to respect China's sovereignty and territorial integrity and stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs and China's domestic affairs.
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