Diplomacy

Western criticism over National Security Law for Hong Kong ‘ridiculous, shameless’

Hong Kong officials, legal experts and policy advisors refuted remarks made about Hong Kong by some Western countries and experts at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) meeting in Geneva, saying that some unfounded and untrue remarks about the Special Administrative Region stem from misconceptions and a lack of understanding about what was happening in the city. The UK, …

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Nauru’s resumption of diplomatic ties with China makes one fact stronger and clearer

Foreign ministers of China and Nauru signed the Joint Communiqué on the Resumption of Diplomatic Relations Between the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of Nauru on Wednesday in Beijing. The two sides have resumed diplomatic relations at the ambassadorial level effective Wednesday. Nauru has officially become the 183rd country to establish diplomatic relations with China. This was an …

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China, Nauru officially resume diplomatic relations

Development unveils a new chapter of bilateral ties Ten days after Nauru announced it was severing “diplomatic relations” with China’s Taiwan region, China and Nauru formally resumed diplomatic ties on Wednesday in Beijing, unveiling a new chapter for bilateral relations. It once again proves that the one-China principle is the widely accepted consensus and fundamental norm in international relations, representing …

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China, Pakistan vow more international cooperation under CPEC

China and Pakistan have reaffirmed their commitment to widen and deepen cooperation under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), with a focus on project security and third-party participation. The Fourth Meeting of the CPEC Joint Working Group on International Cooperation and Coordination was held in Islamabad on Sunday. The two sides had in-depth discussions on the mode of third-party participation in …

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Biden vs Trump more of a certainty as DeSantis drops out of presidential race; ‘2024 election to further tear US apart’

China should ‘prepare for potential risks’ in US presidential election year Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced on US local time Sunday that he is ending his White House bid and endorsing former president Donald Trump. Analysts said this further secures Trump’s bid to become GOP nominee to run against Joe Biden this year, as US media had seen DeSantis as …

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Chinese Photo Expo kicks off

Kathmandu, Jan 22: Nepal Shandong (Binzhou) Culture Week and Shandong Photography Exhibition have begun here with an objective of cultural exchange as well as promoting tourism between Nepal and China. Shandong Province and Shandong (Binzhou) Photography Association of China organised the Expo at the coordination of Nepal Tourism Board, Chinese Embassy in Nepal and Federation of Nepali Photojournalists which will …

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US’ manipulating politics in Taiwan to face restraints, counteracts: expert

‘Green terror,’ worsening economy feared as external meddling continues: expert The US’ thinly-veiled policy of playing the so-called Taiwan card to support its geopolitical strategy of containing China is continuing after the regional election of Taiwan island with US lawmakers reportedly scheduling to go to the island. Analysts said that there is nothing new about the US politicians’ trip to …

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Chinese FM’s trips to Africa, LatAm highlight Beijing’s ties with Global South

Closer cooperation with developing nations to achieve more balanced global landscape, fend off rising uncertainty Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s recent visits to Africa and Latin America, his first overseas trips in 2024, underscore China’s growing emphasis on Global South countries. Chinese experts argue that closer coordination with these nations will help create a more balanced and sustainable global landscape, …

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China urges to avoid adding fuel to Red Sea tension

China has been making active efforts to ease the tension in the Red Sea from the very beginning, calling for an end to the attacks on civilian ships and urging relevant parties to avoid adding fuel to the tension in the Red Sea, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said in an interview with the media after concluding his trip to …

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I raised voices for the interest of developing nations in NAM Summit: PM

Kathmandu, Jan 21: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said he raised voices for the interest of the developing nations in the 19th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) held in Kampala of Uganda. At a news conference organised at Tribhuvan International Airport upon returning home after attending the 19th Summit of the NAM today, the PM said he …

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