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China strongly opposes U.S. lawmakers’ visit to Taiwan region | Source: CGTN

China strongly opposes five U.S. lawmakers’ recent visit to Taiwan region, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said. The visit seriously violates the one-China principle and the stipulations of the three China-U.S. joint communiques, and has sent seriously wrong signals to the “Taiwan independence” forces, Zhao said at the briefing.

Source: CGTN


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China pledges to enhance cooperation with Zimbabwe | Source: People’s Daily Online

Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe reaffirmed China’s commitment to enhancing its strategic cooperation with Zimbabwe. China now remains a main foreign investor in Zimbabwe, with investments in Zimbabwe’s agriculture and the energy sector, as well as for the upgrading of its telecommunication networks. Meanwhile, the United States is funding and training local reporters to write anti-China stories and discredit Chinese investments.

Source: People’s Daily Online


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China engaged in ‘border war’ with India, according to U.S. Senator John Cornyn | Source: The Hindu

China is engaged in a “border war” with India and is posing a grave threat to its neighbours, top Republican lawmaker John Cornyn has told the U.S. Senate, giving details of his visit to New Delhi and Southeast Asia to understand the challenges faced by countries in the region. India and China failed to make any headway at their 13th round of military talks on October 10 in resolving the standoff in the remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh.

Source: The Hindu


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China is accelerating plans to replace US & foreign technology | Source: Forex Live

“China is trying to develop homegrown technologies,” said Dan Wang, technology analyst at Gavekal Dragonomics. “This effort is more serious now that many more domestic firms now share that political goal, since no one can be sure that U.S. technologies can avoid U.S. export controls.” This all makes sense given renewed US, and other countries, restrictions on tech exports to China.

Source: Forex Live


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China reached consensus with USA and Russia on various aspects of the Afghanistan issue | Source: Ariana News

China reached consensus with United States and Russia on various aspects of the Afghanistan issue including humanitarian situation and anti-terrorism efforts. They agreed to called on the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan [IEA] to develop friendly relations with neighboring countries, completely cut off ties with all terrorist organizations and fulfill their commitment to prevent terrorist groups from using Afghan soil to attack neighboring countries and other countries.

Source: Ariana News


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China agree with US to boost climate co-operation | Source: BBC

China agreed with US to boost climate co-operation over the next decade, in a surprise announcement at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow. It says both sides will “recall their firm commitment to work together” to achieve the 1.5C temperature goal set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement. China is the world’s largest emitter of carbon dioxide, followed by the US.

Source: BBC


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Eurasia

China urges cooperation on global infrastructure initiatives | Source: Anadolu Agency

China urged cooperation on global infrastructure initiatives as the US moved to announce its global mega-infrastructure program, Build Back Better World (BBBW), to compete with the BRI. China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin urged different countries to work to build “rather than tear down bridges, promote connectivity rather than decoupling, seek mutual benefits and win-win results rather than isolation and exclusiveness.”

Source: Anadolu Agency


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Chinese military forces exercise near Taiwan in response to US visit | Source: Military Times

Chinese military forces are holding exercises near Taiwan in response to a visit by a U.S. congressional delegation to the island.Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said China considers the delegation’s visit a “serious violation” of U.S. commitments not to have formal relations with Taiwan, which China claims as its territory.

Source: Military Times


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China to join Pakistan-hosted meeting on Afghanistan, skips India’s parallel conference | Source: Global Times

A Chinese representative will attend the Pakistan-hosted meeting on Afghanistan, along with representatives from the US and Russia, and Chinese analysts believe that the four countries which could play a comprehensive role in addressing the plight of Afghanistan are likely to discuss the urgent needs and next step for Afghan Taliban in forming an inclusive government and cracking down on terrorism. China’s decision to join the meeting came a day after Beijing said it was unable to attend a India-hosted meeting on Afghanistan due of “scheduling reasons”. Chinese analysts said India is using the meeting to show its influence in regional affairs and strike a blow to Pakistan.

Source: Global Times


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China received a warning from the United States about its plan to install military bases in Kenya | Source: The East African

The US has raised the alarm over alleged plans by China to establish a military base in Kenya and extend its grip beyond economic and investment ties. By setting up a base in Kenya, Washington warned that Beijing wants to boost its military and economic influence over Kenya and other countries in Africa. It claimed that the planned base in Kenya is part of China’s pursuit of a global military logistics network to counter the existing interests of superpower nations, including the US. Nairobi and Washington have strong military engagements.

Source: The East African


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