China’s defence ministry confirmed on Thursday that it was pressing ahead with anti-missile system tests after pictures appeared on state television, amid anger at South Korea’s decision to deploy an advanced US anti-missile system. An announcement by ... Asian Age, 1 month ago
China and Russia will hold "routine" naval exercises in the South China Sea in September, China's defence ministry said, adding that the drills were aimed at strengthening their cooperation and were not aimed at any other country.The exercises come at a time of heightened tension in the contested waters after an arbitration court in the Hague ruled this month that China did not have historic rights to the South China Sea and criticised its environmental destruction there. China ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago China, Russia navies to hold drills in South China Sea Zee News, 1 month ago China and Russia to hold joint naval drills in South China Sea Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
China on Thursday denied that its troops had crossed into the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Uttarakhand. It also declined to comment on reports about the improvement of infrastructure and Indias enhanced military profile in Ladakh. In ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
China today responded cautiously to the transgression by its troops in Uttarakhand, saying it needs to verify the "authenticity of the report" about incursion and asserted that PLA soldiers have always abided by agreements to maintain peace and stability ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
A UN-backed international tribunal on Tuesday struck down China's claims of "historical rights" in the strategic South China Sea, prompting Chinese President Xi Jinping to reject its ruling and asserting that Beijing will not accept the verdict "under any ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago China has 'no historic rights' in South China Sea, rules tribunal Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Defending the movement of its submarines in the Indian Ocean as "legitimate" and in accordance with "international practices", China today said it never objected to the presence of Indian naval ships in the disputed South China Sea as long they follow the principles of freedom of navigation."Talking about the submarines, the Chinese submarines cross some of sea areas and those crossings are legitimate and legal and follow the international practices," China's defence Ministry spokesman Yang ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago China: Subs in Indian Ocean are legitimate Asian Age, 1 month ago
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