Articles about Geng Shuang

'Good riddance,' says China as Germany exits UN Security Council

23 Dec 2020

World
'Good riddance,' says China as Germany exits UN Security Council

"Good riddance, Ambassador Heusgen." That is what China's deputy United Nations envoy, Geng Shuang, said to Germany's ambassador as the latter completed a two-year term on the UN Security Council.

India wins a seat at UN's ECOSOC body, beats China

15 Sep 2020

World
India wins a seat at UN's ECOSOC body, beats China

In yet another diplomatic win for India, the country has now secured a seat at the United Nation's Commission on Status of Women (UNCSW), a body of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

Top commander killed by US, Iran's leader vows revenge

03 Jan 2020

World
Top commander killed by US, Iran's leader vows revenge

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is angry and has vowed to take revenge from criminals (read the United States) who killed the country's top commander Qasem Soleimani in an airstrike at Baghdad Airport on Friday.

Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit India on October 11-12

09 Oct 2019

World
Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit India on October 11-12

Putting an end to days of suspense, New Delhi on Wednesday announced that Chinese President Xi Jinping will be visiting India on October 11 and 12 for the second informal summit.

China blocks India's bid to declare Masood as global-terrorist, again

15 Feb 2019

India
China blocks India's bid to declare Masood as global-terrorist, again

On Friday, China refused to back India's bid in the United Nations to declare Jaish-e-Mohammed Chief Masood Azhar a global terrorist, despite the organization taking responsibility for the deadly Pulwama attack.

Ajit Doval, Wang Yi hold India-China border talks

24 Nov 2018

World
Ajit Doval, Wang Yi hold India-China border talks

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held the 21st round of border talks in China's southwestern Sichuan province today.

China asks India for 'level playing field' in 5G trials

19 Sep 2018

Business
China asks India for 'level playing field' in 5G trials

Following reports that India is planning to exclude Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE from 5G trials in the country, China, on Wednesday, sought a "level playing field, transparent and fair environment" for 5G trials in India.

China promises to hit back if Trump imposes new tariffs

11 Sep 2018

World
China promises to hit back if Trump imposes new tariffs

China on Monday promised retaliation if US President Donald Trump escalates their tariff battle, raising the risk Beijing might target operations of American companies as it runs out of imports for penalties.

Hong Kong can take decision on Nirav Modi's arrest: China

09 Apr 2018

India
Hong Kong can take decision on Nirav Modi's arrest: China

China today said that Hong Kong can accede to India's request to arrest fugitive Indian diamond merchant Nirav Modi based on local laws and mutual judicial assistance agreements.

Modi storms North-East: Inaugurations at Arunachal and poll-rallies at Tripura

15 Feb 2018

Politics
Modi storms North-East: Inaugurations at Arunachal and poll-rallies at Tripura

To integrate North-East with the rest of India, PM Modi claimed that ministers visit the area "very regularly." He made this remark at BJP-ruled Arunachal Pradesh's capital Itanagar.

Maldivian crisis: China opposed to Indian intervention in Maldives

08 Feb 2018

World
Maldivian crisis: China opposed to Indian intervention in Maldives

After ex-Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed urged India to intervene to end the ongoing political turmoil in the nation, China said it was against any external intervention to resolve the crisis.

China backs Pakistan's terror record after Tillerson's sharp rebuke

27 Oct 2017

World
China backs Pakistan's terror record after Tillerson's sharp rebuke

China has praised its all-weather friend Pakistan's "positive efforts" at tackling terrorism.

China dodges question on JeM chief Azhar despite BRICS declaration

05 Sep 2017

World
China dodges question on JeM chief Azhar despite BRICS declaration

On Monday, a BRICS joint declaration condemned Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) among other Pakistan-based terrorist groups.

Stay out of the Kashmir issue: India tells China

14 Jul 2017

World
Stay out of the Kashmir issue: India tells China

Asserting that cross-border terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir was at the heart of Indo-Pak bilateral tensions, India snubbed China's offer to mediate the Kashmir issue.

Exercise Malabar kicks off in the Bay of Bengal

11 Jul 2017

World
Exercise Malabar kicks off in the Bay of Bengal

The naval forces of US and India and the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Forces recently commenced the annual Malabar joint exercises in the Bay of Bengal.

Chinese Embassy issues safety advisory for citizens traveling to India

08 Jul 2017

World
Chinese Embassy issues safety advisory for citizens traveling to India

The Chinese Embassy in New Delhi has issued a safety advisory for its citizens travelling to India and the ones staying here amid the simmering Sino-India tensions in the Sikkim sector.

Modi-Trump meeting: China warns India, US on South China Sea

24 Jun 2017

World
Modi-Trump meeting: China warns India, US on South China Sea

Ahead of PM Narendra Modi's Washington visit, China warned India and the US not to disturb peace in the contested South China Sea.

China objects to US delegation's visit to China

11 May 2017

World
China objects to US delegation's visit to China

Beijing has condemned the recent meeting of a US Congress delegation with the Dalai Lama saying the move "sent a very wrong signal to the world about Tibet independence."

THAAD goes online in South Korea

02 May 2017

World
THAAD goes online in South Korea

The US's THAAD anti-ballistic missile system has been made operational in South Korea.

Taiwan urges US, China to not use it for self-interests

21 Mar 2017

World
Taiwan urges US, China to not use it for self-interests

Ahead of an expected meeting between US and Chinese officials, Taiwan said it has to safeguard its own interests.

US deploying THAAD in South Korea

08 Mar 2017

World
US deploying THAAD in South Korea

The US has begun deploying the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense system in South Korea, saying it was a means to protect them against North Korean missiles.

Beijing opposes US South China Sea patrols

22 Feb 2017

World
Beijing opposes US South China Sea patrols

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said US patrols of the South China Sea were "threatening and damaging the sovereignty and security of littoral countries under the flag of freedom of navigation and overflight."

Trump tells Xi that he'll honour "One China" policy

10 Feb 2017

World
Trump tells Xi that he'll honour "One China" policy

The White House said US President Donald Trump said he would honour the "One China" during a "cordial" and lengthy phone discussion with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

China cautions Trump on One China policy

24 Jan 2017

World
China cautions Trump on One China policy

China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying cautioned the Trump administration from making policies that would undermine the One China policy.

China tries to block Chhota Rajan's shooter's extradition

13 Jan 2017

World
China tries to block Chhota Rajan's shooter's extradition

China has allegedly pressured the Thai government from extraditing Munna Jhingada to India; he is accused of shooting Chhota Rajan in Bangkok 17 years ago.

China will seal border with Pakistan to curb terrorism

11 Jan 2017

World
China will seal border with Pakistan to curb terrorism

According to reports, the head of the Xinjiang government wants to tighten security along the China-Pakistan border "to prevent terrorists from entering or leaving the region" illegally in 2017.

Unfettered support to Pakistan may hurt China

10 Jan 2017

World
Unfettered support to Pakistan may hurt China

Mao Siwei, a retired Chinese diplomat, recently wrote a blog critiquing his government's decisions to block India's attempts at banning the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar at the UN.