Hua Chunying

China defends CPEC, says project not aimed at India

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying

Beijing [China], Jan. 19 : China has defended the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), saying that the project isn't aimed at India and Beijing is committed to developg friendly and cooperative relations by respecting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of its neighbours.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said, "The CPEC is a new framework for long-term cooperation and development in various fields built up by China and Pakistan, which will help promote regional connectivity and trade and economic cooperation as well as regional peace, stability and development. It targets no third party and will not affect China's stance on the Kashmir issue,"

NSG membership not a farewell gift: China

NSG membership not a farewell gift: China

Beijing [China], Jan. 17 : China has once again reiterated its position on non-NPT countries' accession to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), saying that the NSG membership is not something to be given privately between countries as a farewell gift.

"China has repeatedly stated its position on non-NPT countries' accession to the NSG. There is no need for me to repeat it here. It is worth pointing out that the NSG membership is not something to be given privately between countries as a farewell gift," said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying.

The remarks came after the outgoing Obama administration had said that China is the only country blocking India from becoming a member of the NSG and described Beijing as an "outlier".

China urges US to call off Obama-Dalai Lama meeting

Hua-ChunyingBeijing, Feb 21 : China has asked the United States to cancel the planned meeting between President Barack Obama and exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.

In a press release, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said China has urged the US to take its concerns seriously and to not facilitate the occasion for the Dalai Lama to conduct anti-China secessionist moves.

Her comments came in response to the scheduled informal Obama-Dalai Lama meeting on Friday in the White House .

She urged the Tibetan issue is a domestic affair for China, arguing that there is no other country that bears the right to interfere.

China hopes Russia-India ties will promote stability and peace in Asia

Hua-ChunyingBeijing, Dec 26 : A spokeswoman for China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed hope that the development of relations between Russia and India will promote peace and stability in Asia and the world.

Spokeswoman Hua Chunying made the remarks at a daily press briefing on Wednesday while commenting on the freshly inked defense deals between Russia and India.

"Both Russia and India are China''s neighbors of friendship," Hua said, adding that China welcomes the development of friendly ties between Russia and India.




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